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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First off; check the tailamp fuse.location of fuse box is in owners manual.Fuse identity/s are on box cover as is little yellow pulle prong See if breaker wire(visable thru fuse) is seperated and if so,replace fuse sometimes a spare is in the box lid.Done
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
are you sure the correct amount of oil is in it? if over full the engine is trying to drag the crank shaft through the oil
Posted on Nov 28, 2009
any time two or more electircal gadgets die together a common item, such as a fuse, is to be checked. in your case seems the light circuit, excluding the headlights, has a fault. if the fuse blows again i would examine the wiring harness, especially to the rear lights, for damage and then each of the light sockets for dampness. if no fault is found, i would replace the light switch relay and then the switch itself.
Posted on Nov 26, 2010
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