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Old November 28th, 2011, 05:29 PM
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After a recent off road experience I discovered that something had ripped the wiring to my license plate lights off. When it happened the 15 amp fuse for my dash lights and parking lights blew also. I replaced the fuse and tried to repair the wiring but when I turned my lights on the fuse blew again. Does anybody have a wiring diagram for the license plate lights? There must be something else that I am missing.
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follow the wire back as far as you can, if nothing found you may have to uncover them
that hot wire is grounding out
there has to be a point where the wire is secure thats where the tension took up this is the place I would check to find that loose/broken wire

get a test lite and probe through the insulation



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I think, first you should check the electrical line at the lower tailgate. Because, the license plate wiring runs through a rubber accordion type piece.
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I think, first you should check the electrical line at the lower tailgate. Because, the license plate wiring runs through a rubber accordion type piece.
thats a geat place to start, as most never think of that


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what is the year and model?


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