Inoperable brake lights/ turn signals Superduty

Location
indiana
I have a 1999 Ford Superduty the brake lights and turn signals quit working. It blew the fuze, when I replaced the fuze they still did not work. I found the problem to be a defective turn signal switch. I think the same switch is used on the entire ford truck line-up. It only took me about 30 minutes to replace the swicth. I Hope this imformation saves fellow plowers some time and $$$$$$.
 

bam

Senior Member
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you would think they would put the switch in an easy to reach location. of course they hide it in a protective box behind the heater control knobs.
 
OP
M
Location
indiana
The swicth that went bad on my truck I am talking about is mounted on the stearing column. All I had to do was take off the air bag & stearing wheel, lower the stearing column, do not take it out ! Remove plastic covers and relpace swicth. 30 minutes
 
OP
M
Location
indiana
You could be correct, However I had a new wheel to put on and It is a little tight to remove the covers. it only takes a couple of minutes to remove the air bag and wheel. It is nice to have the extra room when you remove the wires from the swicth. They can be a pain to get off of the swicth.
 

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