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Interior indigramstrument brightness control fuse and fusible links

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SOURCE: nissan pathfinder 2009 fusible link on engine compartment keeps blowing upon replacement engine wont starts, and the dashboard (INOP)

Someone will have to check the wiring to find the short to ground.
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