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FYI: 2015 Ford Fusion under dash fuses

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FYI: 2015 Ford Fusion under dash fuses

Postby fineshot1 » Wed May 06, 2015 5:19 am

FYI - The 2015 ford fusions have Micro ATL and Micro 2 fuses only in the fuse
panel under the dash slightly to the left of the steering column. Accordingly
you will need these new fuse pigtails if you are installing new radio gear or other
electronics. I recently did an XTL2500 remote head mount install and found this out
the hard way.

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