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Old 03-02-2010, 10:13 AM   #1 (permalink)
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1996 ford f250 diesel blown fuse maxi13

hello, i blew number maxi 13 fuse in the engine compartment fuse box and stopped the engine. could anyone please tell me where i can get a diagram to show me what that fuse feeds.
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Are you sure it wasn't fuse #22? Witch is a 30 amp maxi fuse. #13 in a 50 amp maxi and controls the instrument panel fuses 5,9,and 13 in the cab. If it was the #22 witch blew the most likely cause is the fuel heater in the filter housing. You can just unplug it from the housing. If you look at the drivers side of the housing it is the middle spade type connector.
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thanks for the response with my problem.the maxi fuse that i took out of location 13 wasnt a 50 amp fuse it was a 30 amp fuse. thats why i needed a diagram. i wasnt sure what that fuse location feed to where and if their is a problem what i need to start looking for. i just purchased the truck from a guy in florida and drove it home and havent had it very long
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If you blew a 30 amp maxi and not a 50 amp maxi it is for the fuel heater and glow plug controler. As I said if you unplug the fuel heater on the filter housing that is under the plastic hood on the engine you should be good to go. The heater is in the bottom of the filter housing and has a habbit of breaking loose and shorting out witch will blow the 30 amp maxi fuse for it. Once this fuse blows it will not alow the truck to start.


Here is a LINK to the power distribution box, fuse location, and what they control
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thanks for the response with my problem.the maxi fuse that i took out of location 13 wasnt a 50 amp fuse it was a 30 amp fuse. thats why i needed a diagram. i wasnt sure what that fuse location feed to where and if their is a problem what i need to start looking for. i just purchased the truck from a guy in florida and drove it home and havent had it very long
It is easy to confuse the locations. I agree with everyone else...if it is the 30 amp. fuse...then most likely your fuel heater inside the fuel filter canister is shorting out and blowing the fuse. Either open up the fuel filter canister and disconnect the fuel heater inside or do it on the outside. Most people just leave them disconnected without any problems.

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If your fuel bowl heater is shot here is the IH replacement, thank's to klhansen research. This is a better design than the Ford one, should be around $30 from IH dealer. You don't give your location, so we don't know if you need one or not. In a Cold location you need one.
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yeah you guys are right i was looking at it backwards. i see now what your saying. the truck was in florida where i purchased it now its new home is in delaware. a little colder climate. the heater has a single connector that hooks it up? i unplugged a wire that hooks to the side of the filter bowl and it appears to have diesel leaking out of the connector? am i at the right location? guys this is my first diesel so this is all new to me, so get use to a lot more questions coming. all the help is greatful
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yeah you guys are right i was looking at it backwards. i see now what your saying. the truck was in florida where i purchased it now its new home is in delaware. a little colder climate. the heater has a single connector that hooks it up? i unplugged a wire that hooks to the side of the filter bowl and it appears to have diesel leaking out of the connector? am i at the right location? guys this is my first diesel so this is all new to me, so get use to a lot more questions coming. all the help is greatful
On my 1995, it is the top spade connector on the drivers side of the fuel filter canister. If in doubt take the fuel filter canister lid off and look inside. You should see where the fuel heater hooks to the inside of the canister. You should be able to tell if you removed the right connector. If it is leaking fuel from the connector you'll have to look into fixing that. I have no experience doing that but other on the site have.

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If it's the heater just eliminate it. Even if it's 10 below you don't need it. I know for sure one thing I *don't* need and it's that piece of junk rattling loose in 75mph traffic on the interstate and blowing a fuse. Thankfully by the good grace of God, mine has failed twice and both times were right in my driveway. I'm not going for 3 in a row, so mines out of the circuit and has been for a couple years now.
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The fuel heater is a gov mandated useless device. Its' stated purpose is to heat gelled fuel to allow it to pass through the filter. And it doesn't work for that.
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thanks again guys. i am going to disconnect it as well.
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