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There are three fuse that can effect the break light from working on your 2008 , start with checking the F39 fuse as well as the F7 and F11 all located in the interior fuse panel. in the box above the brake pedal
Posted on Dec 12, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1995 ford e150 van
What flasher? Electronic Flasher in fuse box under dash? Check ground to wires that are connected to the turn signals and hazzards. Rewire a new ground and screw it to the body of the van and see if that works. If not check fuses 1 and 4 see if they are good. Use a test light and check both sides while plugged into fuse box. If that doesn't work pull and check fuses and clean them to be sure there is a good connection.
Posted on Oct 07, 2008
You might have cut a wire or it could have broken or disconnected. Try tracing the wiring where you hooked up the trailer you may find one broken or disconnected.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
Under the engine, between the rear of the engine and the front of the transmission. It will be on a mount with an oil cooler, (it has metal fins) on the driver's side.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
the heater core is located in the black box that is in the pictures (see below). To get access to it, you will need to remove the blower housing. The blower housing will separate from the main HVAC box, and will give you some space once it is out. Then we need to wrestle the main box loose from the firewall. That means dealing with the A/C pipes, heater hoses, vacuum hoses, mounting stud nuts under the hood and mounting bolts inside. Once the box is moving, the dash needs to "get floppy" so you can pull back the passenger side far enough to give the main HVAC box enough room pull away from firewall, and to "roll" back towards you. At this point the heater pipes will be visible, and the cover that contains the heater can be removed. It's a big job. Your car has A/C. The description in the haynes book is for a car w/o A/C. If you're not comfortable with plastic dash board removal, this job is not for you
Posted on Feb 19, 2010
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