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Old 10-24-2019, 04:10 PM   #1
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Fuse box under dash

1997 pace arrow. Found a fuse box under the dash. Who knew that flips up? Makes things easy. Does anyone have a diagram of what fuse is what?
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Hmmmm...your fuse box doesn't look like mine. Chevy chassis (mine's Ford)? Fuse box diagram should be in your Owners Manual if you have one. If you don't, hopefully another PA owner will be along soon who can help.
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It is a Ford. The f53 chassis. From what I can tell this is the box that is supposed to be under dash by drivers left foot. Apparently it was moved to center under flip up dash.
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1997 pace arrow. Found a fuse box under the dash. Who knew that flips up? Makes things easy. Does anyone have a diagram of what fuse is what?
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