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Fuse keeps blowing out 94 Corolla

I have replace two fuses on 94 Corolla for the taillights & brakelight,But they keep getting blow out after I replaced with the new ones. Bulps are fine and I have check all other fuses everything is looking good

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  • daa_harvster May 29, 2009

    I have press down on the brake pedal with my hand did not hear any click or see a switch of any kind ???

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That leaves only a couple things that may be the problem.

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.

2 the other is bad ground or a positiave ground, meaning a wire is loose on the ground side, or there is a bare wire on teh positiave side touching the metal.

3 if the connections on the light sockets thereselves, it will cause the same thing.

bottol line is your dealling with a short of some kind, and some times they can be a bear to find,

Good luck and i hope this helps a bit

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