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Old 06-16-2009, 08:56 PM
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blown fuse/relay?

I havent been able to get any answers on the other forums so i thought you guys might bring me up to speed. I was doing some electrical work and had the two wires coming out of the back up lights spliced open. And as i was doing something else i think they touched and when i came back none of the lights worked. So my guess is blown fuse/relay? correct?
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Sounds about right, check the owners manual it should show the location of the pesky fuse.
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Yupe that sure was the problem. Got it fixed. and while i was doing that added some extra back up lights and a CB while i was doing some electrical work any way.
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Good to hear it, If your going to do connections the best are soldered and shrink tubed. Crimped can give out on you when you need it the most.
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There are some crimp connectors that are real good (electricians use them) but they are spendy and require a crimp tool you cant pick up at Autozone or Knechts.........Best just to follow Kjvs advice and solder/shrink tube it.
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