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Brake lights inop,fuses constantly blows

I have no brake lights,every time i replace a fuse it blows within seconds of putting them in.the abs system seem to be working and the switch has been replace.still doesn't work.

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Stop lights are genrally routed through rhe tur signal control, which is the most likely place to have a problem. If the signal control feels unusual. there's that maybe provided you've gone the gambit of checking bulbs, pedal switch, etc. get an automatic fuse from the psrts store and put it in the bad fuse spot. It will go on and off like a flasher untul you locate the short. Get one that is lower than the one that blows to get it flashing faster. Do your turn signals and 4 ways workand see whar the do when you appliy the brake whilr on. Good luck

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    Ned C Cook May 27, 2009

    Stop lights are genrally routed through rhe tur signal control, which is the most likely place to have a problem. If the signal control feels unusual. there's that maybe provided you've gone the gambit of checking bulbs, pedal switch, etc. get an automatic fuse from the psrts store and put it in the bad fuse spot. It will go on and off like a flasher untul you locate the short. Get one that is lower than the one that blows to get it flashing faster. Do your turn signals and 4 ways workand see whar the do when you appliy the brake whilr on. Good luck

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