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Blown fuses I have a 99 Mercury Mystique that has started to blow the 15 amp fuse that controls the turn signals. New fuse last about 15 min.

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    pat murray May 11, 2010

    have you replaced any bulbs or done anything to the car prior to fuses blowing



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Have not heard any response so am assuming this issue has been resolved

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