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Today I started the truck and got a solid ebrake light and abs light. Also I have no turn singles or reverse lights. Had a friend hook up his diagnoises scanner and he could get any power through the obd port.
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Check the fuse.
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Check the fuse.
I dont have a book in this truck. Any chance you could find it for me?
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Yea I can try. Hold on. Oh and for future reference, there's an online manual on FRF I think.
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Passenger side kick panel. Try fuse #34
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#20

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Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) module/Brake-shift interlock/Speed control module/back-up lamps/overdrive cancel switch/electronic flasher (turn/hazards)
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Well pardon me... haha
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Pardoned.
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well turn signals try the fuse, but for the e-brake, make sure its pulled up the whole way if i don't set my ebrake very far down and then go to release it, it stays down just enough to have the light on, and your abs light will stay on if the truck senses a brake issue
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or blinker relay
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well turn signals try the fuse, but for the e-brake, make sure its pulled up the whole way if i don't set my ebrake very far down and then go to release it, it stays down just enough to have the light on, and your abs light will stay on if the truck senses a brake issue
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or blinker relay
It was all related to a fuse. It's fixed now. Thanks though.
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Mike, which fuse was it? The one I suggested? Or the one moose boy suggested? Haha
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It was #20 Laz was right.
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It was #20 Laz was right.
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Fvck haha I tried!
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