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If it keeps on blowing fuse, there could be a wire that come off, Or a bad ground wire , Break in the wires or they just shorted out, Because of the age of the car,Check bulb sockets all so if they are corodate all so.

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As long as the tags on the trans have the same numbers yes, these transmisssions are electroniclly controlled and there are internal differences even though they may bolt up, there are ID tags on all transmissions sold by GM and installed on the production line.

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the flasher likes to fail. Check that next.

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I would advise you to check the wiring they could be causing some short circuits. That would be from the steering up to the wiper's motor.

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Your brake light circuit runs thru your turnsignal switch if your hazard switch is on your column I have seen numerous inop brake lights caused by faulty turn signal switches.

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