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Old 01-20-2013, 12:28 AM
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hi im new to ramz and hopefully someone can help me out. I have a 12 ram long horn and I recently installed after market hids but while doing so one of the led lights that are hooked to running lights touch and now the passenger side running lights are not working front and back ,I checked the fuses under hood and found one blown ,I believe it was 54 ,I replaced it and still didntwork ,as of now I just ran a wire to driver side running light to get them working for now to avoid a ticket, any suggestions ? is there another fuse box some where ?
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or even a diagram would help
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is there anyone that can help me out ?as of right now I have a wire running from passenger side parking light 2 driver side and it seems to be working,anyone see a problem with this in the long run?
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Sounds like you may have shorted out a high side driver in the TIPM. Since the damage was cause by you while installing an accessory, your warranty will not cover the repair.
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