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1993 Ford Mustang LX 5.0 HO fuse box diagram

I own a 1993 Ford Mustang LX 5.0 HO and it did not come with the manual so I dont know what fuse goes to what...Can anyone give me a diagram or tell what the fuses each go to? thanx
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I am the original owner of a 1993 GT and you're in luck. Why? Because I also have all the technical manuals published by Helm inc for Ford. My home e-mail is thomasfwagner@sbcglobal.net Send me a request and your e-mail address and I'll see what I can find for you. But I don't have the car at home it's literally in storage in a barn/warehouse! the owner's manual is in the glove box. Let me know. Keep America beautiful, Drive a MUSTANG! I'm currently at work so I can't get it tonight.

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This should help you.

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I've been looking for a fuse diagram. Thanks Eagle. Where would you recommend to tie in for an electric fan for the low voltage connection???? My car has a fan which is hooked up to a manual switch and I'm trying to hook it up thermostatically. I was thinking the #12 location (Airbag--I don't have one) or the #9 location (A/C--also don't have.) I'm assuming these are only powered up when the key is in the "On" position. Any info appreciated.

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I did a really cool thing for my electric fans - they automatically come on when the motor is hot (Warning: it involves Saab parts from a junkyard).

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I did a really cool thing for my electric fans - they automatically come on when the motor is hot (Warning: it involves Saab parts from a junkyard).
Bringing another car into the equation will only further confuse me.

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run the power from the starter solenoid through a fuse to the relay that supplies the fan - no need to come off the fuse block and add all that load to the wires feeding the fuse block that were not sized for it.

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I agree. And it was tmoss's site I got that fuse diagram from, he has lots of other stuff concerning wiring.

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run the power from the starter solenoid through a fuse to the relay that supplies the fan - no need to come off the fuse block and add all that load to the wires feeding the fuse block that were not sized for it.
Thank you. That made a whole lot more sense. Got it all wired up and working fine.

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