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Old 10-04-2010, 07:24   #1 (permalink)
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2006 Ford Escape rear running lights not working

So ever since having the terrible idea of doing my own wiring for a trailer for the escape (included splicing), the rear running lights are not working. The info button states everything checks out, including exterior lights. I know the lights are getting power too, because when you hit the brakes, they come on just fine. Also, the turn signals work, and the back-up lights work. Everything works except the rear running lights.

I am thinking I might have created a short when I was messing with the wires, and now some module is blocking power to the rear running lights? Is that something I can reset with an OBD2 device, or can only ford reset it? I would really like to try to avoid taking it into ford and paying an arm and a leg just to have them reset it.

Thanks in advance for the help.
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