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My 1996 toyota paseo taillights fuses keep blowing out when i put on my head lights, how do i fix this problem with little cost?

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No No No. Never put a bigger fuse in to fix the problem. You will fry something. Using a multi-meter check to see if one of your hot wires is shorted to ground. Disconnect the battery and pull the fuse that keeps blowing. Check both sides of the fuse to ground. You should dissconnect the plug from your tail lights so you don't get a false ground. Hope this helps.

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Tray using 30 amp fuses.

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