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Check Fuse #8 (15 Amp) In Battery Junction Box--Left Side Of Engine Compartment--On Top Of Wheel well. If Blown-Replace-If Blows Again Check For Grounded Wire (BROWN in color) Usually Problem Found In Rear Lights Or Trailer Wiring. Note: The Wire is BROWN TO Front And Rear--Also Sides.
How many switches do you have , 4 -in dash panel, center ? Ford service info calls them upfitter switch, if this is what your looking for . There are five relays an six fuses associated with these switches ! F2.3 10 amp F2.5 10amp F2.108 30amp F2.109 30amp. F2.115 an upfitter relay in the CJB central junction box . The upfitter relay box I can't make out where it is , under the dash or out under the hood near the fire wall ! Hope this helps you out .
This could be a safety problem have ford run the VIN # to see if your truck is included in this recall. During this mode of nonoperational items the power feed is grounded but not pulling enough amps to blow its fuse but can be burning the wiring until other wires start the same thing then truck is up in smoke.
try checking all of your fuses and see which ones are blown. you have two sets of fuses and they are under the hood of the vehicle and under the dash on the driverside or in the glove box. if the don't work after changing the fuses then your wiring for the turn signals and brake lights need to be cheked from the fuse boxes to the swith for the trurn signal and to your brake lights