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Fuse keeps blowing

My stop/hazard fuse keeps blowing every time i step on the brake can someone help me please

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What happens when you turn on the hazard lights?

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SOURCE: 2004 chevy impala....my brake light fuse keeps

you have a short somewhere. if it is the brake switch fuse it is probably the brake switch which should somwhere on the pedal arm or actuated by the pedal arm. also check your bulbs if you haven't already. hope this helps.

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SOURCE: Brake lights, hazard lights, and the left turn

Has this ever had a trailer hitch? If so follow the trailer wiring back to the mess, and the problem ... If not that ... I would check for a pinched harness on or near the steering column ... I would have said the signal switch too. You may have to follow this harness all the way back or foward ... it won't be fun.

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SOURCE: My turn signals/hazard lights aren't working, fuse--Chevy Tahoe

look for your short somewhere in the wiring harness.

Posted on Jul 23, 2009

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SOURCE: My stop hazard fuse keeps

check the AMPS for all your fuses sometime a low amps fuse in the wrong slot can blow otherones. also sometime you can increase the fuse that keep blowing. try that first if that do not work you might need to run and electrican test on your fuse box to check if you have a short. also check your fuseable link on the fuse panel under the hood.

Posted on Nov 13, 2010

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SOURCE: Igot a 1987 chevy blazer

There is a short to ground in your tail/park light circuit. If your blazer is equipped with a trailer hitch, the first place I would look for the problem is in the trailer wiring. Otherwise, the circuits need to be traced from the fuse to the tail lights and/or all of the park lamps to find out where the short circuit is located. Whatever you do, DO NOT put a larger fuse in the fuse block. This will result in your vehicle burning to the ground. (I have seen this several times and it isn't pretty)

If you have a full-size Blazer, it should be a 20 Amp fuse. This fuse also powers your cigarette lighter, so check there also for a problem.

If you have an S-10 Blazer, it should be a 20 Amp fuse. This fuse also powers the courtesy/dome lamps.

Posted on Dec 26, 2010

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