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Old 11-03-2010
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#33 fuse keeps blowing...

Tonight I noticed my dash lights and tail lights weren't working. I checked and the #33 fuse was blown. I replaced it and it blew again. Only work I've done lately is add an HID light kit for my headlights. What I'm wondering is if something could have knocked around on the headlights and is causing it to short or something? Keep in mind that the all lights worked after the HID kit install for about a week. I've got an 03 ranger with the 2.3.
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Old 11-03-2010
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the advise i have been given is to go back to the last thing you changed. i would say there is a short somewhere and the HIDs would probably be a good place to start.
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Your truck is a 03 so this might not apply. In my Haynes book it shows for 96 and later fuse # 33 is the highbeam power fuse. Wire color is light green and black.
I would check the wiring you just did for your new headlights, ya think!

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