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When I put on my turn signals especially the right one, the fuse will blow after once or twice and the Back up lights will no longer work. Need a Wiring diagram for a 2004 Pontiac Sunfire. PS I am broke and can't afford anything but fuses please help.

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Hmmm....u might have the wrong kind of fuse in it..i think the lights take a 20 not a 15..or even a 40..posibility..hope i solved your problem :)

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