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2006 Ford F-150 Brake, Running, and reverse lights not working, the third brake light is however working..... i suspect there was damage of some kind done to the tow kit's wiring.... i've checked everything, replaced a fry'd brake switch and 2 fuses. is there anything im overlooking? by the way - dont let people borrow your stuff.

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Check the ground at the back of the truck. There is a single ground lug that includes the trailer tow adapters. Easiest to drop the spare to get to it.

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