How do you know which fuse to pull out when theres just numbers, not saying what each one is for, on a 2007 ford fusion

Asked by Mar 12, 2014 at 07:19 AM about the 2007 Ford Fusion

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I located the fuse box, but it only have numbers when cars use to say what each fuse is for, for example my radio light isn't on I were told it's probably a blown fuse I located the fuse box but it only have numbers. it's not saying what each one is for

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First, if it's just the radio's LIGHT and not the radio, it's not a fuse- second- don't you just hate those non-labeled fuse boxes?- next- get an owner's manual or a wiring diagram- that will have your fuse locations- finally, you can just check each fuse and see if any are blown

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My radio in my 2007 ford fusion not working at all , what fuse do i check ?

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