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My marker lights, dash board lights and tail lights all went out. Head lights work along with turn signals and brake lights. Tried another switch and still the same thing?????

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Check fuses there is 1 fuse that controls those lights and pending on year it may also have a breaker under the hood in the fuse box on the drivers side

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  • Roger Warner Dec 14, 2012

    I did check the fuses. it's a 15 amp fuse under the hood. All the ones under the dash are good. but when i turn the lights on, the 15amp under the hood blows. Its a 99 F250. Would it be in the plug that plugs into the back of the switch?? How does the wiring run from the switch?? where does it go from the switch??

  • Roger Warner Dec 14, 2012

    Would it possibly be a relay??

  • Marc Stewart Dec 14, 2012

    if you have tralor lights wiring go under the back of the truck and un plug the harness and check to see if that fixs the problem if not it could be the lights relay or a ground problem

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