Question about 2004 Ford Ranger
I have a 94 ranger and 2 days ago I blew a fuse that made my brake lights stop working. My ABS light started flashing. I changed the fuse and the ABS went away and my brake lights worked again. Next day, it blew again. Through experiment, I've figured out this only happens when I turn my headlights on. I do have trailer lights on my truck, but they have been there for a good year or so and never caused a problem. Does this sound expensive? If it is the trailer lights, do I have to unhook the battery first or can I just disconect them?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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