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Old 05-04-2010, 07:19 PM
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Weird Brake light problem 99 F250

i've searched the forums for an answer so as to not duplicate a question, but did not find it---SO, here's the post with details.
1999 F250 PowerStroke 2wd automatic
replaced trailer lights
hooked up connector at bumper(inline connector to 4 pin)
parking/running lights work on truck/trailer
both turn signals work
both hazard signals work
left brake light works on trailer and truck
truck's/trailer's Right parking/running lights works
right rear bulbs are good on truck
all fuses are good
TRUCK'S RIGHT BRAKE LIGHT DOES NOT WORK! weird, eh?
any thoughts from anyone?

this is the first real problem i've had with the truck since 2007!
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Old 05-05-2010, 01:06 PM
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only took 8 hrs to fix (wasn't parked under a shade tree!). must've been a loose wire at the fuse power box under the hood. WOW, that was hard to pull out due to the mass of wires for the harness. almost a "don't try this at home" moment! have a great day and a better tomorrow!
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Old 05-05-2010, 01:11 PM
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Glad you got it fixed
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Old 05-06-2010, 06:37 AM
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thanks.....i ain't no electrician, but i learned alot about the electrical side of my powerstroke by having this problem. you know, my F250 is named "blessed express". the truck has been so faithful, that i've taken it for granted! it just runs and runs and runs. i don't think i could ever get rid of it. i'd have to rebuild it! i just hope nobody wrecks into it. it's a good truck. i just need to learn more about it before i have anymore problems. i'm just spoiled to its faithfulness. have a good'en!!!!
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Old 05-06-2010, 06:43 AM
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glad to hear it, I had somethin similar on an old truck and was gonna say check for lose wires but just saw your post. BTW nice name for the truck, I got to come up with one for mine.
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