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Old 03-13-2012, 08:01 PM   #15
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What's "the typical GM dummy fuse"?
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What's "the typical GM dummy fuse"?
Hi, in the fuse panel under the hood, GM either installs what looks like a good fuse, but has no completed contact, or they leave this fuse out altogether. I guess, that since only the people towing travel trailers or fifth wheel trailers would need the charge line to be activated, GM saves some pennies by not putting a fuse in every truck since most owners might never need it.
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Hi, in the fuse panel under the hood, GM either installs what looks like a good fuse, but has no completed contact, or they leave this fuse out altogether. I guess, that since only the people towing travel trailers or fifth wheel trailers would need the charge line to be activated, GM saves some pennies by not putting a fuse in every truck since most owners might never need it.

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Ok so messing with the 7 way has it t where the brake lights are now always on, I'm replacing the 7 way and hopefully that fixes it.
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