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How to Replace a Fuse in Your 2005-2009 Ford Mustang

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How to Replace a Fuse in Your 2005-2009 Ford Mustang
Common replacement fuses and a fuse puller

Common replacement fuses and a fuse puller.

Photo © Jonathan P. Lamas
Sooner or later a fuse is going to blow in your Ford Mustang. Replacing a blown out fuse is one of the most basic repairs you can make. The time needed to replace one is minimal, and the level of effort is less than it takes to wash your car. With a few quick steps, and the right tools, you can get your Mustang back in action in no time.

What follows are the steps I took to replace the fuse for the auxiliary power point (12VDC) located on the instrument panel in my 2008 Mustang. It’s important to note, the location of fuse boxes will vary, depending on your year of Ford Mustang. That said, the process of replacing a fuse is generally the same once you've located the box.

You Need

  • Replacement Fuses
  • Fuse Puller
  • Ford Mustang Owner’s Manual
Time Required 5 minutes or less
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