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Old 04-03-2012, 04:16 PM
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Hey guys! I am new here and this is my first post. I just bought a 2008 F250 Harley Davidson with the 6.4L in it.

I am looking for which fuse would control the running lights for the vehicle. Currently the vehicle's running lights do not work. I have tried changing bulbs already. If the fuse does not fix the issue what would be the next step?

Thanks for all of the information everyone has provided already from my snooping on the site!

Rich
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Thanks!
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this may sound like a no-brainer, but is the ignition switch on?
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Yes. There are no running lights while driving.
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When you say running lights, you mean marker/parking lights and tail lights? How about the lights on the mirrors? Do they work?
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Yes I mean the marker lights and tail lights. No the mirror lights do not work. Headlights, turn signals, and reverse lights work great. No others though.
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Yes I mean the marker lights and tail lights. No the mirror lights do not work. Headlights, turn signals, and reverse lights work great. No others though.
sorry, when you put running lights, i thought driving/fog lights.
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I believe that's #22 in the kick panel fuse box, check that fuse out.
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Thanks Fantom. I will check that out on my lunch break today and let you guys know if that fixes the problem or not.
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