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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 06-27-11, 10:41 AM Thread Starter
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Fuse Box Removal

I was wondering how much labor is involved in the removal of the passenger compartment FUSE Box/block. Do i have to remove the instrument cluster and is there a lot of removal involved. I'm about to head to see if I can do this, just wondering if someone has already done this before!

It's a 98 Ford F150, 4.2,
I been having problems with lights and other accesories not working cause the fuses dont sit correctly. I just want to take a look at that see if its not water damage as some people have suggested.

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Re: Fuse Box Removal

What vehicle is it?

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Anyone out there has any clue if I need to remove the entire cluster or is there just a few things to remove? Its been raining down here south TX, so I haven't gotten a chance to start this project.
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Well the update is that I am waiting on a short circuit tracer from the auto parts store. i was able to remove more than I needed luckily i kept track or the order. But there was no short noticeable. Im hoping I can get to trace this short soon. If anyone has this happened to them before please let me know, I will like to start at the know problem locations.

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Figured it out, will post some pics later.
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