Am I missing Fuses?

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I went to check if all my fuses were seated properly (they were not) and I noticed that I'm missing fuses according to the diagram. Like K19, K05 and K06? 2021 JULR. Month old.

So am I missing fuses? Does anyone who has a JLUR have these missing too?
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k05 and k06 are clearly labeled as spare in your own photo, so no they aren’t missing. K19 is labeled brake vac pump, which I believe only applies to certain engine configurations.
 

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depending on how your jeep is equipped, it could be missing fuses.

I have not looked.
 

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- K05 is the door hinge rust bubbles fuse.

- K06 is the sloppy steering fuse

- K19 is the economic gas mileage fuse
 
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k05 and k06 are clearly labeled as spare in your own photo, so no they aren’t missing. K19 is labeled brake vac pump, which I believe only applies to certain engine configurations.
saw that but there are spares in other places that are marked spares. So I guess I should have asked am im missing fuses and the spares?
 

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