Question about 1994 Chevrolet C2500
Fuse for tail lights gets hot then burns out enough to maybe start fire. tail lights work when fuse is in but gets hot within seconds. am i grounding out somewhere?
SOMETHING IS PULLING A VERY HEAVY DRAW.I WOULD SUGGEST THAT YOU GET A BLUEPRINT ONLINE FOR I THINK 20 DOLLARS. ALL DATA AND MITCHELL ON DEMAND THAT GIVE YOU EVERYTHING ON YOUR TRUCK FOR A FULL YEAR..I THINK YOU CAN FIND YOUR DATA AT WWW.AUTOZONE.COM
YOU WILL NEED TO GO THROUGH THE WIRING AND SEE IF YOU HAVE A BAD LOOSE CONNECTION
ALSO YOUR FUSE PANEL ITSELF COULD BE MAKING A BAD CONNECTION THAT WILL BUILD UP HEAT
Posted on Nov 12, 2008
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