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I wa schanging a tail light on a trailor attached to 1996 Bronco must have shorted something. Now all sorts of problems 1 won't start 2 alarm keeps going off no turn signals n no brake lights Can't find any blown fuses ao cb's whats going on? Please

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Remove the in-line fuse for the alarm. If the alarm faulted out it is activating the starter kill switch and the lights issue is the alarm trying to flash the lights.

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