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I have a 1997 GMC Sierra 1500 and it has no brake lights or turn signals ,it also blows the stop/hazard fuse and stop max fuse .I replaced the turn signal switch with a new one and it does the same th

Replaced turn signal switch , unplugged brake light switch,tail lights and fuse still blows also replaced relay for brake lights,when I unplug the turn signal switch the fuse does not blow

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have you done any trailer wiring or drilling on the body? also check the flasher unit.

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