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Did you get problem with the reverse lights figgured out and repaired yet

The foglights are they working yet remember you said they were messed up along with your reverse lights ?

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    james cox Jul 14, 2008

    check the ground wire from foglights also there is a fuse and a relay under the hood check these i'll look at my book and try to get the number of fuse and the number of relay and i think there might be a recall on foglight problem k

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Hi...sorry its taken so long to answer you back...my computer has a mind all its own!! The problem with the back up lights was a $30.00 switch...the bushings in my shifter needed replacing as well. I haven't tried to trace the wiring for the fog lights yet...as soon as dad comes home again and its NOT raining we are going to put her up and trace wires. Everyting is coming back as having power to it and the bulbs aren't burnt, so we figure its wiring.

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