Question about Ford F-250
It definetly sounds like you may have a short circuit in the wiring...either because of something just installed incorrectly or by mistake, or by age (wear and tear).....the problem is where and how to fix it...if you are unsure of not confident oin repairing electrical circuits, my suggestion is to provide it to an automotive electrical shop to just diagnose the fault for you....then you may have a better understanding of where you are at and what the cost of repair will be........
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
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