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2003 Trailblazer - taillight keeps burning out

Have a 03 Trailblazer.No manual. passenger side taillight had moisture in it. dried it out, replaced bulbs. still doesn't work. would like to find the fuse. anyway to get fuse box locations/schematics without buying a new manual?

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Under rear seat and under the hood just behind the battery box.

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Yes there are 2 places under dash or sides of dash and in the engine compartment

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