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SOURCE: No Dash Lights, Keep blowing #2 fuse

i would check the grounding wires. have you tried going to higher ampage on the fuse? There is definitely a short somewhere

Posted on Dec 07, 2008

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sounds like you have a dead short, try removing the bulbs one at a time to try and isolate the faulty component

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SOURCE: 98 saturn fuse keeps blowing

most likey a incorrect taillamp bulb or mis installed tail lamp bulb.Or front marker lamp socket corroded.Good Luck

Posted on May 10, 2009

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SOURCE: 05 altima blows fuse for left headlight

Go out at night, or dusk, with a flash lite, replace the fuse with a higher amp or any spare fuse, turn out the lights, turn on the car lights, look for a spark somewhere, have people standing around engine comp, if it doesn't blow, wiggle wires, if it shorts out, you should see a spark, fix with tape, you should be all set.

Posted on Dec 29, 2009

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SOURCE: My headlight fuse keeps blowing. The headlights

Have you tested the amps being drawn with all bulbs in the circuit. This can be done easily by the DIY with an amp gauge and a few feet of wire. compare the result to the fuse amperage.

Posted on Dec 01, 2010

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