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I have a 96 nissan altima and the meter fuse keeps blowing out. Changed alternator and battery cause at 1st thought it was these problems. Took to mechanic and they checked everything except inside the dash any ideas???

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SOURCE: meter fuses keep blowing out on 1996 nissan altima

you have a short to ground somewhere. Look for worn wires, loose connections, any work recently done.

Posted on Dec 09, 2008

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