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When my turn signal is on I can drive for a while but When I come to a stop the fuse blows and the car turns off why?

I changed the fuse for the turn signal or flasher three times and it blows every time I com to a stop why?

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You have a short to ground BAD.need to diagnose where. Sounds like steering column internal wiring

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