Question about Ford F-150
Seems like you got a short circuit!!!!
now all the circuits from what u described above is individual circuits so more than likely you burnt a wire in the main harness causing those to short out.. And its a live wire.. now what u need to do is change the harness or you can track the harness loosing out all the loom from the fuse box under the hood all the way to the inside of the car then track the rear harness, in the same manner,, trust me you will see the wire thats burnt. now you need to cut the burnt wires out and replace it with new ones..
try removing the brake fuse and see if the indicator lights work if they do then chances are the short is in the rear harness..
Posted on Oct 13, 2010
Hello. you definitely have a short in the transmission. If you have an AAMCO repair shop nearby drive there. I like AAMCO because they give you a free computer scan to help identify the cause of the problem. Joe
Posted on Oct 12, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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