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Old 01-15-2020, 10:20 AM   #1
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Clearance lights

Long story, but the back drivers side of my 2002 Adventure F53 chastise go a slight damage. Then I lost my clearance lights an dash lights. Tail lights, brake and turn signal ok. Fuses seem ok. Any ideas what the clearance lights and dash lights have in common.
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Sure sounds like the clearance light circuit got shorted out.

Isn't the dash and clearance circuit the one and same?

Could there be another fuse or maybe a bad connection?

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Sure sounds like the clearance light circuit got shorted out.

Isn't the dash and clearance circuit the one and same?

Could there be another fuse or maybe a bad connection?

Happy Glamping.
Thanks for the reply. It made me go back and reread the book. Yes there is one in the dash, but also one in the engine compartment. Thanks. Again
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