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Without knowing the car, the best place to start is at the fuse box. Identify the fuse that feeds the switch. Assuming it's good, check power to the fuse. If it's bad there, check for a fusible link between the battery and fuse box. If you have power to the fuse and the fuse is good, start checking your wires. If the fuse was blown, replace it. If it blows again, you likely have a short that could be anywhere up to the switch and anything fed by the switch.
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