Question about 1999 Ford Ranger SuperCab
No fuse for this circuit. you have a short most likely in the connection or the insulation was rubbed through by the frame work of this truck, I would find the wire the license lamp is connected to and check that circuit with an OHM METER. Check the ground wire as well from the lamp socket to the main ground as well. If that circuit proves to be good replace the headlamp switch for that switch powers the circuit to the lamps. The tail lamps have a fuse with is in conjuction to the license lamps If the tail lamps works the fuse is good
Posted on Jun 13, 2010
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