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10 amp meter fuse blows when putting truck in reverse

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when you go into reverse your reverse light switch comes on this could be your problem short in wiring or switch disconnect switch and see does it work

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"COP" (coil on plug)... ignition system...
A simple resistance check to ground ought to reveal the failing COIL.
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using a multi-meter as illustrated below... "Ohm" setting).

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Check the physical connections at the bottom of your steering column... and make sure your battery connections are clean and tight...

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If both Stop / Turn pins & the parking lamps, might want to check the ground pin to make sure it is good ( or what you are using for ground on the test light / meter ).

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