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Break Light Fuse

(2006 Mercury Milan)
in Haverhill, MA on May 24, 2011
I looked through the Owners Manuel to locate the correct # to replace the break light fuse but cannot seem to find it. Does anyone know why it is not stated as break light fuse?
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on May 24, 2011
ford does not identify a lot of there fuses and relays.
get a test light and use it to check for power on both sides of the fuses. check them all.

Roy
on May 24, 2011
What if there is no power. how do I know which fuse to replace it with? Sorry this is something I am absolutely not familiar with at ALL!
on May 24, 2011
check with the key in the on position. only one fuse i know of will not have power. it is a small 2 amp fuse for the dash lights
if you are not sure, go to a shop or parts store and ask them to check for you.

Roy
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