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Old 12-09-2012, 11:55 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by Les View Post
I found the fuse after checking each one with my meter as they are not identified. It was a 20 amp fuse. Everything works now. Thanks again.
I have had my running lights blow the 20 amp fuse in my truck after maybe one time 20 miles or another 120 miles, no rime or reason. The dealer can not find a short. It happens from vibration or hitting a staple I think. After they tried to find it and couldn't I did not the next best thing, I bought a auto reset mini fuse 20 amp to replace it. When it blows now I just turn my lights on and off and on again and we are fine everything works. The only other option is to tear the ceiling and walls out to find the staple. You can imagine how I would get my trailer back. It will not blow when it just sits to test and they pulled it with another TV and it still happened. Some stuff you just live with. By the way the amp draw on the lights is like 1.5 amps on a 20 amp fuse....

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