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What fuse in the 1998 explorer belongs to the taillights?

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2007-10-31 15:26:45
2007-10-31 15:26:45

According to the owner's manual , in the power distribution box in the engine compartment there is a 15 amp mini fuse in location # 11 (between the 2 rows of maxi fuses) - parklamps relay/mainlight switch

Also, in the fuse panel on the driver's end of the dash panel, visible

with the driver's door open location # 3 -7.5 amp fuse - left stop/turn trailer tow connector location # 7 - 7.5 amp fuse - right stop/turn trailer tow connector

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