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Old 05-05-2013, 01:50 AM   #27 (permalink)
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Check to see what they all have in common.

I'm still leaning toward a connector that got knocked loose. But it could be anything.

Visual checks on fuses are all but worthless. Especially when the fuses are small, lighting is less than optimum, you're in a cramped position, and the fuse rating is stamped right where you need to look. You have to pull the fuse to stand any chance of telling if it's blown or not and even that is not always accurate. Get a cheap VOM (Volt-Ohm-Milliammeter). For checking fuses, it doesn't have to be a good one. You can find them at most auto parts stores or your local Wal-Mart for as little as $5; splurge and get the $10-20 one.
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