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Old 09-16-2013
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Icon4 Ford Ranger 2004 FUSE ISSUES

I have a ford ranger 2004 2.3 L

My back - up light is not working.

(Fuse Panel ) The fuse/ relay location for the Turn lights/hazard is 17 but is on 18 on the vehicle.

The fuse number marked 20 for the Anti-lock Brake System (ABS)
module, Brake-shift interlock, Speed control module, Back-up lamps, Overdrive cancel switch, Electronic flasher (turn/hazard) is not correct.

Anyone have any idea on how to determine how to fix the backup light?
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First of all, check the bulbs...I have seen them both burnt out.
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The backup light on the left side was working. The back up light on the right side didn't work. I messed around and the lights stopped working. I fixed it and now both the back up lights don't work. Could a fuse be out?
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The backup light on the left side was working. The back up light on the right side didn't work. I messed around and the lights stopped working. I fixed it and now both the back up lights don't work. Could a fuse be out?
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You could blown the fuse while working on the lights . You could have also blown out the one working bulb and now they are both out??????
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#18 on the SJB (passengers side kick panel) shouldn't have a fuse in it at all.
#17, like you said, is the hazards and should have a 15A fuse

#20 should be a 10A


check #31 (20A)
check #32 (5A)


if all look well, if you have a trailer harness, check for corroded or frayed wires.
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