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Okay so I'm starting to try & fix a bunch of jacked up wiring under the dash & I opened my Fuse box to find these power fuses missing, & the copper connectors aren't there either. Did someone pull so hard they ripped them out? & where do I start on fixing?

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- Blake
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It's hard to tell from here but that is probably factory, lots of factory fuse panels have empty spots
Try to find an owner's manual and look at the fuse layout.
 

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As stated above factory fuse panels have empty spots. The reason is they create 1 fuse block for multiple vehicle options, this allows them to save money instead of making multiple fuse blocks for each different package/option. Those particular spots are where power fuses go most likely for options your truck did not come with that require it's own power source.

If your truck is running fine and everything works it is probably factory.
 

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Thank yall! I actually think its power windows & locks which i don't have so I appreciate yalls help. I kinda freaked out prematurely when I seen it labeled as "power" lol
 
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