Having problems with your 2002 Ford F250 Super Duty SuperCab ?

Added extra set of reverse lights, now have no back up lights or running lights and i need my headlights turned on to use signal lights

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 18-02-2019

Answers :

Temporarily disconnect your new lights and change the fuse for the running lights as it's likly blown the back up lights are on a separt fuse and you may have blown it also. Your connection to where you added the backup lights is in question as you should have only opened one wire to get your new lights to work. and just hook the other wire from the lights to ground ( any medal body or frame) Put the connections back like they were, and replace the fuses and get all the lights working like they should. the fuse is 2.17 second row of mini fuses third from the bottom in the dashbroad fuse relay center, ( just below the steering collum that cover comes off with 4 push and turn thumb screws and the panel will set aside) the fuse is 15 amp yellow in color ( if it hasn't been changed before and the changing person put in the right size. Your owners manual ( if you can find it) shows this picture that I'm looking at under fuses. The wire for the backup lamps is black with a pink tracer and the fuse for it is the 2.27 fuse yellow 15 amp, the far right collum of fuses forth one down from the top.
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