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1997 Mustang need fuse panel diagram

Hi, Everybody: I just picked up a 1997 Mustang. I need a diagram of the fuse panel. Any idea where I can get one? I have seen a couple threads here, but they are old and I can't seem to find the link to the diagram. Thanks for any help you can give me. Jim

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should be a copy of it on the inside of your fuse box lid.

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No diagram inside of the cover under the hood. No owner's manual either. I am having odometer issues, thinking that maybe there is a fuse for it. I just havn't had time to dig deeper into it.
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No diagram inside of the cover under the hood. No owner's manual either. I am having odometer issues, thinking that maybe there is a fuse for it. I just havn't had time to dig deeper into it.
assuming its a fuse( maybe even a bad one) it should look worn or be burnt out.

idk about yours but my speedometer doesnt work due to the fact the little plastic teeth inside dont work. my odometer and speedo both stopped working. and the little repair kit is 35$
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the speedo works fine, just not the odo. I was just thinking something electrical and fuse is the first thing I check. The fuse block under the hood is not labeled at all. Didn't get a chance to look anywhere else yet. thanks
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IIRC the 96-98 dont have an electronical odometer, its mechanical.
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that'd be caused by a gear in the instrument cluster.. its plastic so it can break and make your mileage inaccurate.

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The non-functional odometer on the 98 and older Fords is a VERY common problem. Not an electrical problem but as others have said, a broken odometer plastic gear.

A Goggle search pulls up several good 'how to" guides.

http://www.odometergears.com/howto/F...eplacement.pdf

Instruction Sheet Downloads - LRS


Information on 99-04 electronic clusters.

http://www.allfordmustangs.com/forum...f.html#2657361

If you need Ford workshop manuals, wiring diagrams, and PCM manual for your car, I maybe able to help. PM if interested.

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