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Just go under hood, open fuse box and replace the red 10 amp fuse. Its blown. Go in the junction box under the hood, not the one in the cab. If the diagram isnt legible, simply check the little fuses until you find the blown one. Its in the same box as all the relays and the bigger fuses. Theres a few smaller fuses in the junction box that are just like the ones in the cab. Find the blown one, replace and enjoy.
Is your rear turn signal bolb the same one used for brakes?
Some turn signals are amber and some are red using the same bulb as the brakes. In that case the brake lights go through the turn signal switch.
But you would have power at the pedal switch.
No relay but there should be a fuse in the dash anel or under the hood if you have a battery box under the hood. Your owner manual will tell you where the fuses are and which one is hte brake. Usually a 15 amp.
look under the dash on both driver and passenger side. if not there open the door and look on the side of the dash, inside the glove box under the hood and sometimes in the trunk. if its in the dash your looking for a little door that comes off made from plastic theres a diagram on the back that shows where your fuses are. if its under the dash itll be one big fuse block. see your owners manual to get a diagram. if its in the glove box see your owners manual as well
the remote switch you are looking for is the fuel door switch that controls all these items trunk,unlock fuel tank door. this unit has to be replaced as a whole unit but check all your fuses first on driver side dash where door touches dash left side open door look for a triangle shape panel pop it open and check (ALL) fuses and especially #17 brown 7.5 amp fuse top right of fuse block.
wire may be broken. if you jumped it and it worked you can run anew wire from the switch to the the fuse block where the original wire is. Trying to follow the wire under and inside of the dash will take a lot of time and you will need to take dashboard apart.
You need to start checking all your fuses under your dash and under your hood. You are also going to need to look for all the inline fuses and make sure they are ok. Also you are going to want to look for any burnt wires. This is a lengthy process due to the fact that you want to make sure EVERYTHING is in proper working condition and also check the fuse boxes to make sure that none of there pins are shot.
i had the same problem, there is a stop switch that is bad. (got one from a junkyard but it was bad also). haven't found one online yet, but will ask my local ford dealer if part is still available.
so untill i find one, i got the motor to stop at the all the way down position (trunk closed) and then unpluged the motor.
look all around your dash and under it and along the sides where your door panels meet the dash also read your owners manual to help you locate the fuse and also if you have a tester test all fuses and replace them with same type that might help you incidentially fix your dash light problem if that don't work check you dimmer switch to be sure its funcioning properly