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Fuse of break lights pop when I turn lights on ,

Fuse of break lights pop when I turn lights on , and from the stop swuitch there are five wires purple/ yellow , purpple/whi. blk/orang,whi/tan,gray/red, all these wires get hot and burn fuse on 2002 town&country

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And they are all harnessed to the turn signal control? You have a dead short in the turn, flash, brake system. Work each one seperately until you isoolate the shorted circuit. Do not use the brake. put in a new fuse and turn on the left turn, wait, If fuse didn't blow, turn on thethe right turn signal, wait, if the fuse didn't blow, turn on your 4 way flashers and wait. If fuse has not blown, get the wife and have her step on the brake while you watch the third brake light and the othe two. That you are watching for is one of the three being dimmer than the others. Here is a tip, Remove the brake light switch and operate it manuallt so you cand detect whether the swith is causing yor short or not.Ipping the fuse ampereage will create a serious fire condition, so do not exceed the original size fuse. Are you towing with this vehicle? If so, what are you towing?

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