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Has any one had a problem with the fuse continly blowing for the tail/dash lights? the fuse is under the hood.
Does any one have a schematic of the lighting they could email me.
I appreciate any help you can give me.

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Your sig is not filled out so we don't know what kinda truck you have. I may have the diagrams depending on the year but I won't have access to them until monday

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early 99 250 superduty. wiring is good up to the headlight switch. unplugged all tail light and trailor lighting, it still pops as soon as i put a fuse in.

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early 99 250 superduty. wiring is good up to the headlight switch. unplugged all tail light and trailor lighting, it still pops as soon as i put a fuse in.
I'm not sure what you are saying so correct me if I am wrong. You unplugged all of the lights including the dash and everything on that circuit except the switch? How do you know you unplugged everything?

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trust me everything was unpluged including the switch.
Behind the pasenger kick pannel is the plug for the Roof marker lights, well a little metal toy of my little girls had worked itsway back there some how and the unprotected terminals (I dont have the roof lights) were being shorted. Stupid princess locket.

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