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1989 chrysler 5th avenue - blows taillight fuse when headlights are turned on

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Sounds like you have a bad ground some were check the body to frame ground

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SOURCE: keep blowing fuses for the taillights when i turn

short in the wiring. More or less a positive wire is grounding on the body of the vehicle. you are going to have to trace it from the switch to the lights to see where the wire is broken, stripped , burnt or touching.

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SOURCE: where is the fuse located

Hi the fuse for the sunroof is fuse number 7 in the fuse box.
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