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Old 07-21-2012, 09:33 AM
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Electrical problems

Well last November I had to have a
New roof put on my truck, because of fords factory paint not sticking inside the windshield. And the primer and everything coming off it began to rust around the inside. Causing to leak onto the fuse box. Which kept short circuiting my truck. Anyways after I had a new roof put on. The dome
Lights inside are not working like they did. When I turn the first lights on. The back ones come on. When I turn the dimmer switch all the way up. The front one comes on dim and the back is bright. And then the side lights only work when the back ones are not on. Im just curious where I begin any
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Old 07-23-2012, 09:36 PM
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If you are getting dim and bright lights at the same time I think you should start by checking all the grounds in that circuit. Can't help ya with locations though.
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