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2009 Ford Focus S 4dr Sedan

2009 Ford Focus
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Front Wheel Drive, 4 Door Sedan, Compact
24 mpg city / 35 mpg hwy
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June 12, 2012, 2:24 am

Missie A
 

Question: My tail lights & license plate lights don't work. I am assuming this is prob a blown fuse somewhere?

I did back into another vehicle in my drive-way & that's when the tail lights NOTICEABLY quit working. Ii had them replaced & fixed for 150.00USD. Less than a month later, I got pulled over by the police & was advised that they were not workng... a friends aparently replaced the fuse & that did the job. They were working again... well, only a couple of wks after, I was told that they were not working again. I checked all rear lights & discovered that the license plate lights were out as well. Could this be a fuse outage again & WHERE is the fuse located? THEY ARE NOT listed in the "Owner's Manual". As a matter of fact, the Owneer's Manual barely lists anything a/b the TAIL LIGHTS!


June 12, 2012, 2:33 am

Missie A
 

BTW - it is a 2011 Ford Focus 4dr sedan


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