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Old 10-04-2008, 02:06 PM
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in the diagram I have a link to in this thread, there is a 5 amp fuse before the brake lights. Is this one different than that or the same one??

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I also have a question ---

What is the fuse in the White fuse holder for?
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As to what the white fuse holder is for........... I have no idea!!!! As to the 5 amp fuse I have not seen one in any of the diagrams posted, I have seen a 7.5 amp fuse that goes to the flashers, do not know if that is what you are refering to ??? Both brake lights work perfectly now! without the key on. I had to replace the dash pad, as you can see in the photos (the only thing replaced in the interior and on the car. The new one IS one from Ford dated in a 1961 Ford box and black as is what I needed. I will post some info on how to install one of these in a 60 bird, should be helpful.
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