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There was an amplifier added, but my grandson says that the problem started prior to that.
He had to replace the "DTRL" 10 amp fuse prior to the addition, does this relate to the problem?
The fuse is not blown at this time.
What is common to the two problems?
How can you remove the tail light assembl? It appears to be held in by some type of wedge devices after removing the two nuts that hold the assembly.
I do not understand how the amplifier addition would affect the tail lights? Especially since the blown fuse occurred prior to the addition and is not presently blown.I guess I need to see an electrical diagram to understand how they might be related. The power to the Amplifier is a separate circuit runnibng direct from the battery.