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Indicator fuse keeps blowing

Had the car for 4 months now and all of a sudden the indicator fuse is blowing as soon as i put it in. using correct size of fuse - 7.5, please help

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its shorted to ground some where

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You have a direct short in your electrical have to locate your short or you will continue to blow fuses

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