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Old 12-02-2012, 07:48 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by Clay Spinner View Post
Anything electrical... I'd always start with making sure you have good grounds. After that start trouble shooting.
Based on SanderThomas description, my first thought was also a bad ground(s).

I once got pulled over for no brakelights on an older car. I found 4 seperate shorts/ground problems. It apparantly took all 4 to blow the fuse. After I fixed them,no more problem. Point is it may be more than one small short/bad ground.
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