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Car I have replace my fuses on 94 Corolla DX , But it keeps blowing out the fuses for the Taillights & brakelight.

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Fuses will blow out when there is a wire that's grounded out somewhere. Take the brake light sockets with the bulbs in it out of the lens and check for a wire that's broken or maybe corroded. Something is grounding out when you hit the brakes.

Posted on May 26, 2009

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1 the break switch could have a short in it, or going bad. it is located on the break pedal its self, get on the floor and push it in and you can hear it click, some times they go bad.

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