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Old 08-27-2016, 10:02 PM   #1
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Tail light/ running lights

Hello all,
I have a sunseeker 3170 , 2014 on a e450 chassis.
I had tail lights out and when I replaced bulb I believe I blew a fuse and now running lights and tail lights are not working. Brake, turn, reverse are all working.
I used pliers to get bulb out and accidentally touched the wrong thing and blew fuse( I hope that's the problem).
I have no way of determining what fuse I might have blown other then pulling every one....which will take all day.

Does anyone have a schematic or know where I can start? I couldn't find one online and am not knowledgeable.... I don't have a tester and am not nearby a hardware store...
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Old 09-01-2016, 06:48 AM   #2
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Did you get the Manuel for the truck like you get when you buy a car or truck? You should have the placement of the fuses with amps location and what each fuse controls. My running lights are on a 20 amp fuse in the truck panel, don't see why you wouldn't get the manual for the truck e450

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You might try to lift the cover up that over the fuses and look under the cover. My truck is like that


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You might try to lift the cover up that over the fuses and look under the cover. My truck is like that


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I know on my Ford the cover only shows the # at each location, then you have to look at the truck manual to find out which controls what. They must have given you the e450 manual that tells you how everything works or like how to set the clock. It would be in there....
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Tail light/ running lights

Under the drivers side dash there is a fuse panel behind the parking brake. You may need to release the brake. Make sure couch does not move. Remove the panel and chek fuse #22. Controls tail, clearance and tag light.
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Bingo, there you go
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Here is a link for a PDF manual from Ford for your chassis. I looked it up and it appears to be fuse #22 in the passenger compartment panel.

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