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1988 Mustang GT wiring issue

I have a weird one for you guys. The ac clutch and radio and trunk release all not working. I replaced the 20a cb fuse. but still nothing, all the other fuses look good. any help would be awesome guys!!!




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Are all of those things on the same fuse ? If not , then I would change out the ignition switch . I have seen those take out a handful of unconnected things before .


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Are all of those things on the same fuse ? If not , then I would change out the ignition switch . I have seen those take out a handful of unconnected things before .
Yeah, the 20 amp circuit breaker fuse if for all 3 of those.

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You might have a bad connection inside the fuse panel. You'll have to start tracing down wires and find where the break is.

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