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Hello have a 1984 ford bronco 2

Have no book whith it and lost tail lights dash lights. have no idea what fuse or where could or maybe have ptint you could send to my email give me a idea what fuse or where to look. thaks so much my name is Ray my email is radar49343@hotmail.com

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When my tail lights and dash lights w out my hookup for trailer lights were grounding each other out causing my fuse to blow for my tail lights and dash. i would check all your wiring and make sure nothing is touching or bare.

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