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Old 01-10-2008, 12:17 AM   #1
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Where is the power door lock fuse located? I looked in my manual but could not find it listed, only power windows. I hooked up my BAP tonight and now my door locks wont work, I think I blew a fuse jacking with the battery. Please help asap as the friggin ford alarm keeps arming and disarming and going crazy and I have no way to stop it without the door lock.

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Old 01-10-2008, 12:28 AM   #2
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engine bay fuse box

look at fuses 62 & 67
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Old 01-10-2008, 12:53 AM   #3
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Thanks for the quick response. It was number 62....funny thing is though, I didn't burn up any fuse, but I know what happened. Earlier today I was trying to find the fuse for the center power outlet in the dash. I found it, saw it was burnt, and wasn't around the store and I needed the outlet, so I pulled what I thought was fuse 64..which is power point in center console...I pulled 62 by mistake which is what was causing my issues. Thanks alot man.

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I have the same type problem power door locks don't work on my 87 fox body but I didn't see a # 62 fuse? Please help
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I have the same type problem power door locks don't work on my 87 fox body but I didn't see a # 62 fuse? Please help
#1 - You're in the 2005-2014 forum so the fuse numbers and locations for your '87 are different.

#2 - This thread is 6 1/2 years old. That might be a record.
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#1 - You're in the 2005-2014 forum so the fuse numbers and locations for your '87 are different.

#2 - This thread is 6 1/2 years old. That might be a record.
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also check fuse #64 it fixed mine
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#1 - You're in the 2005-2014 forum so the fuse numbers and locations for your '87 are different.

#2 - This thread is 6 1/2 years old. That might be a record.
And yet it continues. Records are made to be broken.
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And yet it continues. Records are made to be broken.
this happens because people find these old threads via a Google search, and the admins here haven't used the "auto-lock threads after x days of no activity" feature most message board software has.
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