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Lost most of my accessories

Old 01-11-2019, 06:07 AM
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Lost most of my accessories

I have a 2011 ram 3500 6.7 diesel. It is the Laramie Longhorn, so it had a lot of accessories on it. I have lost my interior lights my horn, steering wheel controls and everything on the center stack except radio and heater. Also I hooked up my code reader and it looks like my engine is not being monitored anymore. Any suggestions?
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My first steps would be to check both sides of all fuses with a test light...Then check all grounds with a powered test light...Run new redundant grounds if necessary...In my former career as a mechanic, I fixed a lot of oddball problems with redundant grounds......Ben
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Update: part of my gage cluster came unplugged which somehow shorted out the clock spring. All good now.
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