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92 ford explorer back-up lights will not work. Just changed manual transmission.may have left something unplugged.Tested the bulbs and they are fine.Possible fuse or relay but I do not have the owners manual.

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  • c_jmosley Apr 15, 2009

    that fixed the problem. I had it plugged in,but it was not pushed all the way together.The autozone website had a picture of what i was looking for. THANX ! saved a trip to the garage

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Itch Operation:Photo of back up light switch, located on trans. sorry, not sure exactly where on tranny, but it probably isn't plugged in as u suspect. Photo on autozone website. 92 ford explorer back-up lights will not work. - 00610_backup_light_switch.jpg

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  • Curt Downs Apr 15, 2009

    Great work! Isn't it amazing how you got the big, tough job done, then some little pain in the &$#^&* keeps you from finishing the job! Thanks for the update and feedback. Curt

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