2000 Lincoln Navigator Fuse panel issue.

Tiny
HOOIE2013
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  • 2000 LINCOLN NAVIGATOR
  • 156,000 MILES
I tested my fuses in the CBJ and the passenger panel with a circuit tester. Some tested good and most did not test. I visually inspected them and they are in great condition. I then used the circuit tester to test the port slots on the panel and they would not test either.
My question:
Has anyone ever seen this and if so, what is the remedy?
Thanks!
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Friday, June 28th, 2013 AT 5:43 AM

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Tiny
ASEMASTER6371
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Did you have the key on when checking?

Some require acessories on when testing as well.

What does not work?

Roy
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Saturday, June 29th, 2013 AT 1:21 AM
Tiny
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Yes I put it in the on position as well as trying to start it.
The ones that do not work are:
CJB: (Nothing Major)
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Passenger Compartment: Too many to write each of them all out; however, they affect GEM module, starter relay, suspension (which my suspension has brought the back end all the way down but I did blow a tire a few months ago that jacked my suspension and I had it "rigged" by a mechanic. The hose on the drivers side broke off and they attached the hose together with a separate hose to fuse them together, held on by clamps) memory module, air bags, and ABS.
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I am starting to think that its not the fuse box based on how some would read on the ports and others would not. Can one box effect the other? I am going to replace all the fuses tonight and clean the boxes out. I need to check the relays after I hook up my horn as well. I have a long history with repairs on this vehicle and will explain it all later if needed for diagnosis. Thanks!
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Saturday, June 29th, 2013 AT 1:55 PM

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