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RADIO 2000 FORD F150 RADIO WORKS BUT LED LIGHTS WENT OUT. BEFORE GOING OUT COMPLETELY THEY WOULD LIGHT OFF AND ON INTERMITTENTLY. ABOUT THE SAME TIME THE TEMPERTURE GUAGE STARTED READING INCORRECTLY BUT THE COMPASS READ OUT WORKS.

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