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Abs light went on afte i replaced the leafsprings and now my tail lights and blinkers dont work if i tap the breaks or have my front head lights on

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There is a harness connector along the driver's side frame rail going to the back of the truck. Check that this is plugged in, and check the harness either side of the connector for damage.
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