I have a 1957 ford ranchero and I don't know where to find the fuse box? My break light won't work and I can't find any fuses?

Asked by Mar 10, 2013 at 08:39 PM about the 1957 Ford Ranchero

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Typically the fuses were under the dash back in those days.

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driver side,old glass type. you didnt see them looking at brake switch area?

No I don't see anything cause I didn't know what to look for. Where is the break switch area?

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On old Fords, the fuse block is normally mounted on the toe board, about where the carpet ends, just outboard of the brake pedal. It is a black rectangle with the glass tube-type fuses in it, and probably the turn signal flasher as well. You have to crawl under the dash, and take a good flash light with you. It is dark under there.

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