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Old 08-11-2008, 21:40   #1 (permalink)
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Help truck works well . found blown fuse in fuse panel and no signals replaced fuse and signals worked for 2 days then started blow fuses. now new fuse,turn on key blows fuse what can it be
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Help truck works well . found blown fuse in fuse panel and no signals replaced fuse and signals worked for 2 days then started blow fuses. now new fuse,turn on key blows fuse what can it be

Newer Rangers have a combination switch which controls hazard, turn signal, cruise, wipers, high beams - my guess is either a bad/shorted swich, or bad/broken wiring harness at the switch or near the switch. I've seen the connectors break and pull out of the switch and harness. Have also seen wires rub through in the same area.
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