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Old 08-28-2010, 18:45   #1 (permalink)
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Fuse Block Locations

Where are the fuse blocks on a 71 LTD Convertible? I can only find the one by to the left of the steering column. Is there another one? And where is it?
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That's be the only one. I'm pretty sure they didn't have more fuse boxes until later years. What isn't working?
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That's be the only one. I'm pretty sure they didn't have more fuse boxes until later years. What isn't working?
The brake lights were sticking on, so I replaced the switch. Then no brake lights. I had to repair the connections to the switch, but I have continuity. I looked at the fuse block and it seemed small for a car with power everything and I could not find any marked for many of the circuits I'm used to finding. I've only had the car a couple weeks. I have a shop manual on order, but for know I'm guessing.
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Hope this helps

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Thanks for the input and the diagram.
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Broken wire in the pigtail! Continuity when the wire was in some positions, but none at the angle when installed in the car. Replaced the pigtail and SHAZAM...brake lights. Thanks for your help.
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Glad you got it fixed
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