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|06-14-2009, 03:47 AM||#1|
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|06-14-2009, 08:39 AM||#2|
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Not Sure - But I have had this exact thing happen on cars due to either.
1) Lose battery connection.
2) Corrosion in the connection point of the battery wires to the battery.
What seems to happen is the low voltage items can opperate under the above less than ideal conditions when nothing else large is drawing current, but the large current draw of the starter needs good clean connections.
You can likely bump start it if you need to move it.
if the battery is more than 4 years old you are due for one.
Buy a Hydrometer and check the battery acid levels and concentration, if its not a maintenace free one.
However I do not understand what the taillight fuse could have to do with this.