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Ford f-150 brake light and blinker problems (from towing)

2004 Ford F-150 2wd single cab.
We recently towed a Uhaul trailer and the Uhaul center installed our lighting kit and everything worked fine until about 500 miles down the road, when all of a sudden we had no brake lights and no signals lights. We have removed the uhaul and disconnected the lighting.... we are thinking it might be a fuse problem but we don't have an owners manual and the nearest ford dealership is quite a distance.... can you help?

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Check the fuse box located in the cab down by the drivers left knee. check all the fuses there, also consult your manual and check the fuse for the brake/tail lights. This sounds like a fuse problem more than anything. Thanks for using fixya! Good luck!

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