Question about 1999 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
Replaced bulbs, checked and replaced other fuses, brake lights work and so do blinkers, is there another fuse somewhere, short, HELP!!!!
Depending what amperage fuse was blown, ( agreeing with jtarin if you are dealing with the brake lights) Then you could have a possible short to Ground. Meaning that there is a break in the wire insulation allowing the bare wire contacting metal. This Break in the insulation is before the Load ( bulb, motor, etc) Allowing the fuse to blow.
Check wires for cracks and breaks. replace/repair as needed.
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