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1995 Nissan Pickup, Blown turn signal fuse

My turn signal fuse continually blows. I can replace it and within 10 more cycles of the turn signal switch it will blow again. I have checked my bulb connections and they seem fine. Do you have any other ideas for me to try? Thanks.

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You might need a Turn Signal Column Switch, I have a 1993 Nissan Pickup and my fuse blew all the time. I dexed that problem i have some wires in the back of the truck that was rubbing on the frame. Now my running lights are not working and when i turn on my head light one will come on so i will have to turn on and off about 10 times then both of them will come on, so my turn signal switch is bad.
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Make sure that ou dont htave any other accessories atached to this fuse

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You could put in a beefyer fuse but its not really suggested as then it wont blow if there is a critical problem

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