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You may have a shorted bulb ; the contacts broke inside and are shorting to the ground.
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Park lamps not working in the rear blows fuse # 45 instantly like a short to power any ideas on where the ground is for the park lamps


First remove all the light bulb park light try a fuses if you dont blown one reinstall the light bulb one by on untill the fuses blown after that start from there follow the wire untill you see tha shory

Mar 22, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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How do i tace the cuuse


trace the cause of a lamp fail 97 wrangler.
fuse blow for shorts, (preventing the fire)
so, there are only 3 ways to find shorts,

  1. visual inspection ever inch of shorted wire, (luck happens)
  2. pull all loads off the wire feed, is short not gone (BINGO?>)
  3. use an AMMETER, this is what we use, to get them all.

one nice way to find shorts,(not wanting to blow 100 fuses)
is to remove the blown fuse ATC and put in a Circuit breaker ATC fuse in that place, not it trips , cools off and repeat the trip
this allows for fast testing (meter) and pulling loads, checks.

your car is jeep TJ
and the wiring is free here.
the schematic tells you all things that can short to this node.
click wiring,
http://www.jeep4x4center.com/knowledge-base/index.htm?utm_source=cj#service
Tail/park shorts, (lots of loads, the highest of all wires it is)
answers USA only not export and no DRL light option.
we are tracing the complex path called PARK (tails)
see chapter 8W that be IT.
and page. pdf page # 8w-40-7 (pdf #93)
turn the dash dimmer to lowest, still blow fuse.
no, then the short is not in cab (easy huh?)
so parks are shorted, see 8W-50 (pdf 134)
see park there/ see those fues # which one blew, that is a big CLUE.
my guess is fuse 1, (others are head lights)
F1 blows
main HL switch park pin 9 ,black yellow wire feed.
see that?
see 8w-50-4 then page 5 , see all rear parks.
then see page 8w 70-20 for fogs.

there you go... i cant teach you how to use and ammeter.
so google that.
see all those junction C connectors, all can be pulled to isolate that short.

see connector C110 , pulling that isolates front parks
conn C322 , pulling that isolates tail parks.

as you see park feed is hug (simple) but huge, lots of places to short
and big time short if trailer wiring hacks are on car. look first.

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Park fuse blowing in 04 saturn


Perhaps this can give you some ideas and steer you in the right direction. Do a Google search:
2004 Saturn VUE park light diagram
I came up with schematic diagrams which may help you trace out the circuits. I hope this helps.

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My fuse keeps blowinng when i turn on my lights but the headlights ,blake lights and turn signals work but no tail or parking lights


If the fuse blows, you have a dead short to ground somewhere, likely around the tail lights or parking lights. Try this:

Get a box of the correct fuses.
Remove all tail and parking bulbs and put in a new fuse. If the fuse does not blow, try installing each bulb at a time to see which light assembly causes the fuse to blow.
Let's suppose its the RH tail light assembly. Pull it off the car and check for dirt and damaged wiring.

If this is an older vehicle, there may be wiring damage (due to rust) in the harness under the carpets.

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Fuse keeps blowing out


The parking lights, dash lights, turn signals, and hazard flasher should be 4 different circuits.
So you would need to know exactly what that fuse protects, then look for the short to ground.

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My 2002 ford ranger running lights and instrument panel dont work


12V power passes through 15A fuse 33 (the one that keeps blowing?) in the battery junction box and on to the main light switch. When the main light switch is set to PARK, 12 volts is routed via the BRN lead to the park filaments of the dual park/turn lamps. These lights remain on when the headlight switch is turned to HEAD.

The main light switch gets its 12V input from 7.5A fuse 11 in the central junction box and the same 15A fuse (33) identified above. When the main light switch is set to PARK, 12 volts is routed via the BRN lead to the instrument panel dimming module and module output is applied to the panel illuminating lamps.These lights remain on when the headlight switch is turned to HEAD.

The input to fuse 33 is hot all the time so should read 12V. If you read 12V at the TAN/WHT connection with the fuse out, something is definitely not right. I'm sure you have noted that the fuse is common to the non-functioning circuits you mentioned.

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Fuse keeps blowing dash lights and tail lights dont work jeep cherokee sport 1999


There are several fuses involved. I need to know which one(s). As for the taillights, the primary power source is 20A fuse 17 in the power distribution center. The tan/blk wire connects to the headlamp switch which, in park position, applies +12 volts through 10A fuse 7 in the junction block to the left tail light. The headlamp switch, in park position, also apples +12 volts through 10A fuse 23 in the junction block to the right tail light.

I need to know which fuse is blowing the instrument lights so you will have to follow up

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Keeps blowing fuse when turn on egnition controls wipers washers park light and fuel warning light is it the fuse box when pull out black relay doesnt blow regards chris


You have a short to ground on one of the circuits.You will have to try unplugging one thing at a time to find it.Unplug the wiper motor first,then take out the park light bulbs one at a time until you find what is causing it to blow fuses.Water in the bulbs will do it.Shorted wiper motor.More than likely it is in one of the park light bulbs/cicuit.

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There is a ground not connected or a wire open that is causing it to blow

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2004 pontiac grand am parking lights dont work fuse keeps blowing out


there has to be a short in parking lights, check all wires to parking lights, maybe a hot wire is touching metal. because if fuse keeps blowing, that is the sign of a short! HOPE THIS HELPS!

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