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2004 pontiac grand am parking lights dont work fuse keeps blowing out

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There has to be a short in parking lights, check all wires to parking lights, maybe a hot wire is touching metal. because if fuse keeps blowing, that is the sign of a short! HOPE THIS HELPS!

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