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KEEP HAVING TO CHANGE FUSE FOR SUPERBEETLE EVERY TIME I TURN LIGHTS ON.

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    I have the same problem... The left light keeps shutting off. The brights work, bet as soon as i hit the lights on button the fuse blows...

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You have a short in the lighting system does it blow the second you turn on lights?

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