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I don't have an owners manual, need a 98-00 owner to look something up

I'm trying to figure out where the foglight relay goes in the 1998 PDB. I'm guessing it's relay port 10, 11, 12, or 14.

My manual was stolen years ago and I haven't gotten around to getting it replaced. I couldn't find this info in the haynes manual (it has the info for the fuse but not the relay).
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It is relay position 10 in 1998.

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It is relay position 10 in 1998.

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oh sweet thanks. Sure beats paying for one on ebay
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So the Haynes manual is apparently wrong about the foglight fuse. Their wiring diagram says it's #15. The owners manual says it's #4, and that #15 is not used
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The Hayne's manual for our trucks is junk. Worst 20 bucks I ever spent. It's pretty vague and generalized IMO, they need to seperate it for blah-2000, 01-03, 04-06, and 07+, but it'll probly never happen. I can find more information on here or other forums. I think the wiring in our trucks has changed a lot over the years, so relying on Hayne's is not going to help.
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Yeah, I was about to buy it, glad I didnt. Is Chiltons any better?
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Not sure, I can't find a Chilton's anywhere, but I can't imagine it'd be much better.
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The very best wiring info is in the Ford dealership Wiring Manual (also known as the Electrical Vacuum and Troubleshooting Manual for 98 and earlier Fords). There is a unique book for each year and vehicle line so you get exactly what you need. A new EVTM/Wiring Manual is expensive but you can find used copies on eBay for $10 or less.
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