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1999 navigator blinker fuse keeps blowing - 1999 Lincoln Navigator

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  • bigdigg78 Jun 14, 2009

    the blinker fuse keeps blowing but that same fuse runs the heated seat and rear mirror on windshield

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You have a ground issue...live in a cold climate that uses salt on roads or use car washes frequently? Replace the tail lamps assmbly both sides from a junkyard or use a very small battery post cleaner (walmart $4) and "scour" out the socket then WD 40 the bejeesuz out of the socket the bulb is in.
Good Luck

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