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Old 05-03-2011, 07:35 PM   #1
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fuse panel picture for engine compartment fuse panel 1997 National Dolphin

i am new to this site and was in need of some info for my 1997 National Dolphin 34 ft 533 fuse panel picture showing description on what fuses are for in the front by engine compartment!!!!!!!! i put a new factory fuel pump in in November and went to the dunes new years and its been parked ever since. I went to fire it up to take it to emissions and it cranked but wouldnt fire i got spark but no fuel!!!!!! any help would be greatly appreciated.
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, Mike!

I'm assuming your Dolphin is on an F53 chassis and the 533 is a typo, I apologize if I assumed wrong. You can get the 1997 (or 1996 if your chassis is that year) at Motorcraft. The fuse block diagrams start on p80 (p84 of the pdf file), at least for the 1997 manual. Hope this helps!
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During 96 year Ford had problems with fuel pumps.
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After sitting two months mine would'nt start. It was the fuel filter.
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