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Nov 11, 2011 - The licence plate lights are in the same line as your tail light wiring assembly. I assume your ... Previous owner cut wires going to lights for license plate. ... 1996 ford explorer license plate fuse ... [email protected] ford f150 fuse box.
the fuse marked park. license plate lights are usually on the park light circuit. if your park lights work then you more than likely need to change the globe. the door of the fuse box should have a diagram telling you which fuses are for what
if the taillights are working the fuse is good as the license light is feed by the same circuit. you will have to check the license light wire back to where it ties into the taillight wire loom as it sounds like there is bad wire. make sure light socket/wire has a good ground.
The fuse box should be located by your right leg near the bottom of the dashboard. There should be an access panel that un clips and allows you to access all the fuses for the interior and exterior lighting.
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.