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Old 07-04-2010, 10:37 PM
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99' F250...I have traces a short to the PD box....I pulled, one by one, every fuse and relay and the short remained..what's next?
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Hello imdavid, welcome to FTE.

What engine and transmission do you have?

Specifically, what problem are you trying to solve?

A "short" makes fuses blow and wires burn. If a fuse doesn't blow, burning wire is the best way to find the short. Since you didn't mention anything about offering your truck as a sacrifice at the altar of the fire gods, I am left to assume you really do not have a short.
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