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The fuse is doing it's job. Saving the wiring harness from melting down into it's self and shorting out everthing next to it. No simple soultion. Some one need to get in there and find where the wire is shorted out. DON'T bypass or replace the fuse with some thing bigger. This will cause bigger problems & $$$$$$ down the road
Sounds as if you may have a short did you check the bulbs? I would check the bulbs and make sure they are good. when you lift the rear hatch lid search around the wires and see if you have a exposed wire or perhaps a loose wire connection. Allot of times wires in a vehicle that year start getting frayed and worn from putting different items in the rear of the vehicle.
it sounds like a short in the park lights.you will have to start by disconnecting headlight switch then install fuse,then check all park light bulbs and there sockets, its gonna be a bad switch or socket, enless theres a wire touching ground ,but start with the switch and checking all sockets. hope this helps.
sounds like a short in the wiring somewhere. If a trailer wiring harness was installed suspect that thing first. then start unplugging the lights and try to get the fuse not to blow. or with a bright light scope all the wires for those systems, and try to note the obivious.
sounds to me that something is deffinently shorting out. I would check the wiring for any point that may be bare and making contact with the metal part of the car. I would also unbolt the fuse pannel and make sure that there is not a bare wire shorting out on the back side of thefuse pannel. Also something else I have seen happen in commercil vehicles ( BIG RIGS ) is that a lite bulb has burnt out and the filament from the bulb is actually arcing out on the hot side of the other filament. Worth looking at and good luck.
I will bet that you have some type of trailer wiring harness installed. If so, remove it. I have observed this condition many times. It seems that corossion gets into the trailer wiring and shorts out that particular fuse. Hope this helps.