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Old 03-13-2018, 03:26 AM
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Default B2500 Fuses

Hi All,
So I have just purchased a 2001 B2500. I dont actually have the pickup yet as my brother picked it up for me, and i will collect it next week. When getting it home he found that the rear brake lights and tail lights were not working. When opening the bonet he found the fuse box lid was missing and 2 of the fuses were missing and replaced with tin foil !!!!!
Can anyone tell me what amp fuses are needed for the missings fuses. He moved the foil and the lights started working so this is the issue

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