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Old 06-14-2010, 04:26 AM
modelageek modelageek is offline
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Default Re: electrical problems

Originally Posted by raydizzle34 View Post
I posted another thread explaining my problem and what I have done to try to fix it. Thanks!
OK I guess later when I have some free time I will spend it randomly chasing down that thread and try to help you.
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Old 06-14-2010, 08:11 AM
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Default Re: electrical problems

It wasn't a random thread. It was actually in the same thread forum, I didn't wanna cause issues as another forum I was on got irritated when I posted the same question in two different threads. Anyways...

Originally Posted by raydizzle34 View Post
Hi everyone!

I have a 2000 Ranger 3.0 XLT automatic transmission.

My speedo, odo, dome light, wipers and 3rd brake light all went out at the same time. I also have to start the truck in neutral and shift to drive or reverse after it starts. If I start it while in park, I cannot shift.

Anyway, I'm trying to fix this without taking to the dealership as funds are tight. Local shop told me I needed a new GEM Module but it didn't fix anything. So the old one went back in and the guy told me he didn't know what was wrong. I've also changed the abs sensor on the differential, brake light switch on the brake pedal, the ignition switch on the steering column and the ignition lock (old one kept getting stuck) but nothing has changed. I am also not getting voltage to fuses 3,4,7,8. It looks like the power for those fuses comes directly thru the firewall, is there a relay I should be checking for that might have gone bad?

Any and all help is greatly appreciated!
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