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Old 05-01-2012, 03:45 PM   #1
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Question Fuse diagram

Hey all,

I looked in the service manual that we have on here, and the page will not pop up for me. Does anyone have a fuse diagram for the fuse box under the hood of a 2010 Mustang GT? Thanks.

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Old 05-01-2012, 04:18 PM   #2
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Do you have the owners manual? Use the index in the back, look for "fuses", those pages will list everything in a much easier to read format.

The usual place doesn't list your 2010, I expect it's the same as the 11' though..http://iihs.net/fsm/?dir=710&viewfil...nformation.pdf

If the above is not coming up for you, then you either don't have a pdf reader installed, or you likely got a temporary IP ban from the host for trying to open too many in a set amount of time. I assume that place gets pummelled at times with how often it's referenced, and some throttling measures had to be done. As it's done the same to me in the past few months at times, it should reset in 30mins.
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Try the Owners Manual or the Dealership for that info.
What problem are you having anyway?
Maybe someone can help sans fuse diagrams.
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Ya know, this was a "duh" moment for me... It seems like sometimes the easy answer is the one you think of last.

Owners manual... Right...
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Despite popular belief, the Owners Manual will NOT burst into flames
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