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Old 06-26-2010, 05:13 PM
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Don't just check your grounds. Unbolt them and clean them then put them back. Also any loose connection will cause this problem. Typically the battery + & - but also wiring harness connections anywere in the car. If your having several items go out at the same time. Locate that connection either + or - and wiggle it to see I they go out. And work your way back from the lights twords the battery
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