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Old 02-10-2018, 02:09 AM
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Hi guys. I bought an ‘01 XLT Supercrew that someone tried to steal from the previous owner. So I put a new steering column and ignition in, got the key programmed, and took graffiti off of the paint.

But after looking around I saw the fuses were taken out. Not all, but a few. I can’t find a picture online on what fuses go where.

Would anyone one happen to have a pic of the fuses underneath the dash?

Please and thanks!

Eric

 
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Old 02-10-2018, 08:04 AM
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Originally Posted by Mr.Nasty View Post
Hi guys. I bought an Ď01 XLT Supercrew that someone tried to steal from the previous owner. So I put a new steering column and ignition in, got the key programmed, and took graffiti off of the paint.

But after looking around I saw the fuses were taken out. Not all, but a few. I canít find a picture online on what fuses go where.

Would anyone one happen to have a pic of the fuses underneath the dash?

Please and thanks!

Eric

Did you get a a owners manual with the truck? should be in there. Also is the fuse panel cover still there? the might be a fuse map on the inside of it as well
 
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Did you get a a owners manual with the truck? should be in there. Also is the fuse panel cover still there? the might be a fuse map on the inside of it as well
There wasnít a manual and there isnít a map on the cover. 🤬
 
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If you click on the link I gave earlier, I bet there is a manual in there.
 
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lifesaver! Thank you!
 
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No problem. Glad we could help!!
 
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Well, the AC Delay Relay 30 amp fuse was missing under the hood and I put one in thinking that would solve it.

It it didnít and I still donít have any air flow coming from the vents. I can hear the gears moving when I switch from defrost, panels, floor etc but no air.

What at can be wrong?
 
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Might be the blower motor or resistor is toast.
 
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Old 02-12-2018, 07:43 AM
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Well, the AC Delay Relay 30 amp fuse was missing under the hood and I put one in thinking that would solve it.

It it didnít and I still donít have any air flow coming from the vents. I can hear the gears moving when I switch from defrost, panels, floor etc but no air.

What at can be wrong?
Might be that the blend door is broken, (fairly common)? Or are you not getting any air at all to come out in any location inside the cab? If that is the case, Then back to the blower motor.
 
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