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turned on lights to night, no dash lights came on. Got to house found out no parking lights, clearance, or fog lights. Looked at fuses they seem fine. Had this happen a year ago, the tech said I had a bad fuse. At that time they looked fine. So what fuse to look at? 2004 f250 king ranch, wired for trailer. Im think that this would be the light switch, to cause this problem.

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Look in here (On line owner's manual) - Punch in your data, find the fuse pages:
https://www.fleet.ford.com/maintenan...ls/default.asp


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like I said the fuses look ok, going by the owners manual fuse position. Only thing I can think of is, take new fuse and try each spot. If I remember i checked 4 fuses in different spots all were good. this makes me feel its the switch

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Do you have a meter you can actually check the continuity of the fuse. Sometimes, looks can be deceiving.


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thanks guys, was fuse and it looked good at night but in day light could see slight discolor in it. replaced it works now.

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