The Ford F-series F-150 F-250 F-350 F-450 F-550 is a full-size pickup lineup that has been produced in 13 generations since 1948. The first number in the title indicates the maximum carrying capacity. Since 1999, all cars with the designation 250 and above have been combined into a separate Ford Super Duty series, that is, the f series has been conditionally divided into lightweight (F 150) and heavyweight pickups (all others). In this material, we will show the location of the fuse and relay boxes in the Ford f series f 150, f 250, f 350, etc.
Due to the huge variety of generations and lineup, it is impossible to provide a description in one article. We will only show the general arrangement of the boxes, which is typical for most machines. The current diagram will be posted on the back of the protective cover.
In a Ford f series, there are usually two main boxes with fuses and relays. One is in the cabin, the other is under the hood in the engine compartment.
It is located behind the skin next to the pillar on the passenger side.
In f 250 cars from 1997 to 2003, the unit is located on the left side, under the dashboard, behind the glove box.
Depending on the specific model, several options for the location of the fuse and relay box are possible.
From the left side
On the right side
In the middle
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