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Blown fuse for interior lights, door locks and trunk relese.

This fuse blows as fast as it it is replaced, the weird thing is that the stereo goes out but doesnt use the same fuse.

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REMOVE THE FUSE FOR THE STEREO AND THE LAMPS FOR THE INTERIOR LAMPS CAN SOMETIMES BE THE SHORT IF THE FILAMENT BREAKS JUST RIGHT ALSO CK TRUNK LIGHT IF IT HAS ONE REMOVE LAMP FROM IT ALSO AND SEE WHAT THE RESULT IS IF IT DOES NOT BLOW THEN ADD BACK ONE AT A TIME UNTIL YOU LOCATE THE BAD BOY . GOOD LUCK

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