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DASH AND TAIL LIGHS DONT WORK

MY DASH AND TAIL LIGHTS KEEPS GOING OUT ON MY 1999 DODGE DURANGO AND THE ONLY TIME IT HAPPENS IS WHEN IM DRIVING IT, BUT IF I PUT IN A NEW FUSE THEN THEY COME BACK ON...

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Check and see if you have trailer wiring on your truck. If so you do it may have a wire that is rubbed though the isulation and grounding on the body and shorting the circuit blowing the fuse. High resistance in a circuit is what blows fuses.

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