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1996 ford explorer license plate fuse

Which fuse is the tag light on, on a 96 ford explorer?

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  • Brey07 Aug 07, 2008

    I went to get an inspection and they told me that it wouldn't pass because of my liscense plate light not working. I put new bulbs in and they didn't do anything. What should I do?

  • ksabhn Aug 12, 2008

    I have the same issue: failed state inspection due to non-functioning license plate lights, put new lamps in and they do not light up. Please help!

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I'm not to sure what one you did want license plate light or the tag light up high above your back door. I know I am reading license plate so I will say the fuse needs to be replaced. plate lamps need 2 light bulbs and the fuse box is under the steering wheel or under the hood there are 2.
in my book it said that it is a (194 trade number), I woulds change out bulbs and then fuse.

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