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My 89 bronco blows the signal fuse when I turn the key

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You may want to check your main ground wire from the block to the frame. If your engine is not ground it will cause you issues.

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SOURCE: my signal lights keep blowing a fuse

Replace the signal Relay thats your problem.

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SOURCE: no brake lights blows fuse every time

there is most likely a short in the wires have you put a tow package on it if so did you splice in to the lines check all wires and see if they are burnt any were most likely short

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SOURCE: gauges blow fuses,brake and turn signal lights dont work

all my gauges quit working and my turnsignals checked all my fuses under the hood and dash whats my problem?

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SOURCE: my 89 geo tracker blows the 40 amp fuse

You will need to trace the wire to find the short that is blowing the fuse. It can be in the harness somewhere. Usually the harness will be rubbing against the frame parts until it gets to the bare wire. It does take years to get that far

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in the front of the vehicule under the master cylinder there is a switch that is most probably leaking brake fluid and is shorting blowing the fuse that controls these sysems.if this is the case remove and replace with the new upgraded one and your problem will be solved. had this on my brothers ford 2000 and took me months to find as he was loosing brake fluid in the master cylinder from time to time.

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