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1988 ford f350 that the bliker and brake light want work

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Goto the fuse box and theres a fuse it has a 5 on it more than likely i is blown if it keeps blowing out wrap a wire around it atleast the blinkers will work and just keep the park lights on for brake lights ;)

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