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My buddy has a 03 trailblazer he blew a fuse tiring to wire in some lights with his dome light so we replaced the fuse everything works good but the dome wont turn on when u open the doors and when u lock the doors the horn doenst honk anymore can this be reset help please

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Sounds like you blew more than one fuse.
check the live feed to the dome light, then check the earth return through the door switch, make sure it switches. if no earth return you must check wiring and switch. if no live, go back to fuse boxes.
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Roger

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