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Old 02-17-2005, 02:30 AM   #1
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Tail Light Fuses?

MY TAIL LIGHT AND INSTRUMENT LIGHTS HAVE GONE OUT. I CANNOT LOCATE A FUSE. I REMOVED AND PUT OHM METER ON EACH FUSE UNDER THE DASH. FORD DEALERSHIP SAYS THEY DON'T HAVE A FUSE FOR THE TAIL LIGHTS?? ALL OTHER ELECTRICAL IS FINE, EVERYTHING ELSE WORKS. I'M THINKING LIGHT SWITCH BAD? SOMEONE AT FORD SUGGESTED TAIL LIGHTS RUN THROUGH TURN SIGNAL LEVER AND MAY BE BAD?? ANYONE ELSE HAVE THIS PROBLEM?


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Old 02-17-2005, 08:03 AM   #2
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Ease up on the CAPS LOCK buddy......

Could be the light switch, there was a thread a while ago about someone having to replace their switch. Check out the SEARCH button above.... give that a shot.
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Dash and indicator lights out

I have the same problem, dash lights went out and the indicators front and rear are out as well. Replaced the fuse and as soon as I turned the lights on...POP ...blew the fuse. Did yu have any luck finding a resolution?
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