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Old 05-05-2019, 12:46 PM   #1
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Question I’m stumped.... I have to admit it.

Where to start... I’ve asked before but the problem has gotten worse and I’m absolutely lost. The problem started when it was super cold. The blinkers in the rear (sequential) don’t work, the brake lights don’t work ( parking lights due work) the reverse lights don’t work either or the 3rd brake light. Now the front lights work but the blinker blinks fast on both sides. Now the hazards work in the front and blink and the normal speed but doesn’t work at all in the rear. Fuses are fine as well as the alternator and battery. Maybe the multi function switch... any suggestions?!?!
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What year? the 11-12 Model Year has replaceable LED bulbs in back.
Also have you ever had the floor wet on the right side of the car, that could cause the Body Control Module to go bad if it got wet.
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I’m sorry it’s a 2011 mustang..... actually that’s very interesting you say that. While I was checking the fuses I actually did noticed it felt oddly humid... not how it would have gotten in though.
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If the drain tube coming off the cowl on the right side doesn't drain it leaks down into the air filter for the inside of the car.
You could also see if you have power going to the turn signals in the back, if I remember right the plugs are behind the plastic in the corners of the back of the trunk.
BTW where is the Middle of nowhere at, I am north of Knoxville.
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The strange part is they do come on from time to time almost like its a short. Of course when they come they may stay on but then they just go off again. now, I don't know if this is related but "tire pressure monitoring failure" has been popping up as well but I just figured one of the batteries finally died. However, I can never pin point where. If it was the Body control Module wouldn't other things start going out as well? To find the middle of nowhere you have to get lost first and the first right at the red light lol jk
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I also did some research the body control module is in the trunk. could that still be the problem?
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This is out of a 2012 GT500, notice the fuse box , right kick panel.
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It turned out to be the body control module in the trunk. The cables just needed to be pushed back in. Over the years they must have gotten lose. Thanks for the help everyone!!!!
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