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Where are the fuses for the trailer turn signals on a 2003 F250

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  • damccarthy Aug 02, 2008

    my problem is that i changed all the fuses and my flashers andbrake lights still do not work. if you have any answer for me it would be appreacted. oh by the way i can't find the relay for the flashers.

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I believe the regular truck fuses control the trailer lights, as they are operated by the turn signal switch.

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