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Lights do not work where the speedometer is and the brake lights dont work, it keeps blowing fuse

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  • siegeljaylen Mar 11, 2009

    Thanks it was actually the wiring for the trailer lights were shorting out., thanks for your input!

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Check that the globes are ok they may be shorting internalycausing the fuse to blow if not get back to me .

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