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Old 11-05-2008, 08:51 AM
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Unhappy tail light fuse

02 explorer 4.0 135,000 miles.the fuse for the tail lights keep tripping,sometimes a new fuse will last a day or 2.also the dashboard lights are out is this connected? thanks
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If the tail lights and dash go out at the same time, then I suspect they are on the same circuit. You owners manual should be able to tell you. It sounds like you have a short somewhere. I'd start by tracing the tail light wires.
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