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Limp mode cam on and i cannot Excelerate. I also need to check the Fuses but I need a Diagram of the Fuse Panels both inside the Trucka nd out side the truck

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You need to forget the fuses. Fuses don't fix things,they protect circuits from heat and high current loads.
Pull the codes that set the Failsafe.
You will most likely need professional help,unless your really experienced in diagnostics, and have access to factory trouble charts.

Posted on Sep 01, 2010

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