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blown tail light fuse #1331214 Fri Oct 25 2019 10:05 PM
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Dennis Lorton Offline OP
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1955 1st series 3600 p/u. Tail light fuse blows second pull switch. 6 volt. All stock type orig. wiring replaced 10 years ago, Any suggestions where to start looking for short? Thanks much, Dennis

Re: blown tail light fuse [Re: Dennis Lorton] #1331216 Fri Oct 25 2019 10:25 PM
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Rusty Rod Offline
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Did you try pulling the bulbs to maybe narrow down which side it's on (this might not work)? Otherwise I would follow the wires, paying attention to where they are mounted or go through a hole.


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Re: blown tail light fuse [Re: Rusty Rod] #1331299 Sat Oct 26 2019 05:36 PM
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Dennis Lorton Offline OP
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Thanks any help is good!


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