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Check the main fuse box under the hood.

Posted on Oct 07, 2010

  • johnmovingsa Oct 07, 2010

    that was tried as well as making sure any wires were loose

  • david90624 Oct 08, 2010

    At this point I would see if the tail lights are working and or brake lights if not then I would suspect a 20 amp or thirty amp fuse is blown. Also there is a secondary ground that runs from the battery to body this could be defective and an easy fix. If you find that there are not any problems in these areas then the last thing even though I hate even saying it, is the on board computer may have developed a problem. Also it is a long shot but check for an inline fuse going to anyone of those systems as well check your altenator for viability it maybe creating the problem, like I said a long shot.

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    1. Test the system.
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