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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Take it to the dealer, i hand mine fell of when i took it to a carwash and took my car to the dealer right away and they put a new one, glued it together, and it hasn't made a sound nor has it fallen off again.
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
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the fuse panel is under the plastic panel on the left of the steering wheel, the cruise does not have a deicated fuse, it is controlled by the powertrain control module, if the truck runs the cruise has power, the most common cause of the cruise being inop is he rotating contact under the steering wheel, it is called the clock-spring contact
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
Trailer Tow reversing relay ( non serviceable ) and the Trailer tow parking lamp relay are both fed from Fuse #10 ( coil on reversing relay is fed from reverse lamps & coil on parking lamp relay is fed from the parking lamps ).
Trailer Tow battery charge relay is fed from Fuse #106 ( coil is fed by fuse #13, hot in start / run position from key ).
Right Stop / Turn is fed from Fuse #36 ( powered from MFS circuit for truck stop/turn )
Left Stop / Turn is fed from Fuse #42 ( powered from MFS circuit for truck stop/turn )
Parking lamp is
Posted on Nov 03, 2009
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