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I lost manual for 1998 crown victoria need to know what fuse is for the fan

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Check your local atuparts stor for an auto repair manual for your car year and model either chiltons or Haynes 14.00-19.00 . the books contain everything about your car. As a replacement owners manual.

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http://www.genuineservice.com/genuineservice/en/default?page=genuineService

Go to this site and pick owner guide on left task bar.
Input your vehicle info and pick get owner guide.
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1998 ford crown victoria fuse box diagram


it should be in your owner manual. if not, I can look up something for you but can't post illustrations to this site.

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