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    02 F250 trailer light fuse #????

    Hooked the boat up Fri evening to go out early Sat morning. Noticed I had no running lights on the trailer, they worked fine before, & brake & turn works fine. I've looked at the fuse panel, but there is no fuse labeling inside the cover & unfortunately, I have no owners manual. Does anyone know what is the fuse # for the trailer running lights? I checked the trailer with a separate battery, & all lights work fine, it is definetly in the truck.

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    Registered The Menace's Avatar
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    My 05 350 fuses are:

    #20 trailer tow electric brake controller.
    #28, trailer tow logic
    #38 triale tow park lamps
    #101 trielr tow EBC(electronic brake control)
    #107 trailer tow battery charge
    #301 " " " "

    #9 trailer tow turn signals
    20 trialer tow back up lights
    201 and 202 left and right signal/stop lamps

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    Member #154 Platinum Member Indy's Avatar
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    I'm pretty sure the fuse panel for the trailer is in the engine compartment, not the one under the steering wheel. It's on the driver side, just open the box(s) and start pulling fuses until you find the one that's blown. Same thing happened to me, drove me crazy until I figured out the location.

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    Registered HayJay's Avatar
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    Try this link. You can put in your vehicle info and it will bring up a PDF of your owners manual.

    I ran into the same problem a few years ago with a friend's '99 F250. Everytime you put it in reverse and the back-up lights for the truck came on, something would short out and pop the fuse for the trailer running lights.
    Last edited by HayJay; 07-08-2007 at 06:59 PM.

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