Question about 2003 Ford E-Series
Reverse lights dont work ,tested switch,seems ok have traced one wire to the back,but cant locate the other..lamps are ok.
With engine off and key on, emergency brake set, place the gear selector in reverse, using a volt ohm meter check for voltage at bulb terminals. If voltage is present then the switch is working and the wiring to the lamp is good. Next check the other terminal with the ohmmeter to ground for connection. Sounds like a bad ground.
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
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