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Tail lights and interior lights went out goin down the road. It blows the fuse right away when you turn them lights on. but head lights still work. Tryed a new switch that didnt help

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Sounds like a short in the wire that goes to these light only try to check the wires with a test light ,also see if you can find any cuts or nicks on the wires that go to these lights.good luck

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