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You  probably have a frayed wire touching something metal (short to ground) check your wiring, check your grounds.

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SOURCE: Left side headlight inop after relamp on ford focus 2004

i would take another look at the connector that goes to the bulb thats not working, if the contacts are burnt or have a green pwder like substance all over them you should replace the connector. hope this helps you and good luck!

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replace turn signal switch.i seen some GM cars had problem with brake lights not working.the turn signal switch was the problem.

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I do not have the diagram and will be kind of hard to find, but first i'd check the bulb's housing first and foremost, as in most cases where the fuse shorts all the time, it's just because the housing/casing/lens is not sealed anymore and water comes into it and shorts the socket of the bulb, causing the fuse to burn. If everything is OK and there is no water coming into the housing, let me know and i'll do what i can to find some diagrams for you.

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Replace the wire. It is shorting to ground, causing the fuse to blow.

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Hi Peter,

Not sure about this one, but it could also be a fuse or a bad wire.

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