Question about 2002 Ford F250 Super Duty SuperCab
Now its like both battreys are dead
There is a module that mounts piggyback on top of the interior fuse box. It is called the GEM module. There has been problems with water entry into the GEM/interior fuse box causing them to short out. Look for signs of water. (Rust stains on the dash brackets) Disconnect the 2 bulk connectors from the fuse box and use a mirror to look into the fuse box to see if the terminals are corroded. Sometimes you won't see anything, but the water has been there and done it's dirty deed. Replace both pieces at the same time to avoid a headache down the road. Also fix the water leak. I usaully will put a piece of plasic over the top of these components when I'm finished just in case there is another leak. Good Luck
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
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