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2005 Mustang interior fuse box location

:eyepoppin Hello Everyone, this is my first time! So please bare with me.
The manual to my 2005 Ford Mustang, tells me that my interior
fuse location is in the passenger side kick panel. I pulled off the
cover, like it told me to do but I don't see any fuses only a bigger thing
that makes this noise if I touch it. Can someone please, please help me? Thanks, mejo2469
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Welcome aboard... That inner box is the smart junction box. That's what you're looking for.

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correct, pull the small black box off of the front of the panel and it will expose the fuse panel.

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HELP!!!! I can't find the fuel pump or electric fan fuses.

I just found this thread and pulled off the junction box cover, but I don't see any labelling!!!

I'm trying to install my CAI & tune right now.

I got the CAI in, but need to flash it now.

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HELP!!!! I can't find the fuel pump or electric fan fuses.

I just found this thread and pulled off the junction box cover, but I don't see any labelling!!!

I'm trying to install my CAI & tune right now.

I got the CAI in, but need to flash it now.

Call me please!!! (210) 248-7936
Disregard pulling the fuses. It's not necessary. Flash away without fear! Plus, you're looking in the wrong place. They're under the hood in the fusable link box.

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I just spent the last 15 minutes reading the owners manual for fuses.

Found them and got it loaded, now it's time to take it out!!!!

Thanks a lot STL for the quick respomnse, next time I'll know......and knowing is 1/2 the battle!!!!

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I just spent the last 15 minutes reading the owners manual for fuses.

Found them and got it loaded, now it's time to take it out!!!!

Thanks a lot STL for the quick respomnse, next time I'll know......and knowing is 1/2 the battle!!!!

This site FRIGGIN' ROCKS!!!!!!!!!!
Let us know how that tune feels!

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Inner fuse box cover

I have located the inner fuse box in my 05 gt but cannot get the cover off to to get to the fuses themselves! Please hel. I have been trying for hours!!
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Inner Fuse Box

I have located the inner fuse box in my 05 gt but cannot get the cover off to to get to the fuses themselves! Please hel. I have been trying for hours!![/quote]
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