• Sounds like you have some loose wires or faulty fuses. Faulty fuses are less likely, but easier to check. To check a fuse, simply pull it out and see if the metal piece inside of it is solid or blown apart. If it is blown apart, the top of the fuse will have a number.. 5 10 15 or 20, get another fuse with the same number and replace it. You can take it to a auto repair shop and they can let you know what exactly is wrong for usually less than $100. Then you can decide if it is simple enough for you to fix, or too complicated.

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