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My 95 galany blows the tailight fuse everytime i turn on the headlights I still have breaklights turn signals and headlights but no taillights

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You could have a shorted tail light bulb. these also controls the park lights at the fronts. so please check all four bulbs. replace what ever busted bulb you can find.

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