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11-20-2007 08:44 PM
Mr. Bill I can't stand people who use "break" in place of "brake"...just thought I'd get that out of my system since this guy is obviously long gone...
11-20-2007 08:40 PM
knightriderzx3 nothing to be sorry about :o)
11-20-2007 12:46 AM
nilskje Sorry, it came on top of my list, guess I have a reading problem :-) ..
11-19-2007 06:46 PM
knightriderzx3 Guy, this post is 3 years old.
11-19-2007 12:59 PM
nilskje By fog lights, you mean 2 at the front and 1 at the back? Or only the back , or only front.. Need to know to chk out the wiring diagram. Guess the stereo install was also an amp in the trunk? (shorted cables in trunk).
10-25-2004 09:11 AM
knightriderzx3 no, sorry i don't. but if i do, i'll drop you a line.
10-25-2004 09:03 AM
baj i will try and remove both fuses and see what happens. do you know where i can find some wiring diagrams on line???
Thanks
Baj
10-25-2004 09:01 AM
knightriderzx3 well if the only thing that was done to it electronic wise was the chip, it would be a natural assumption. mind you i'm not sure if the ECU has anything to do with the lights. what happens when you pull the fuse for the brake lights? do they still work? what happens when you pull both fuses? the more things like that that you try, the closer you get to the answer.
10-25-2004 08:53 AM
baj would the chip cause such a strange problem??? i am new to the ford scene but i would not of thought this would cause the problem.
10-25-2004 08:50 AM
knightriderzx3 take the chip out and see if that works. if so, get the chip re-burned. if you can't take it out, call the chip manufacturers and ask them if they've ever encountered this problem before.
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