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Dome light fuse blows as soon as soon as u insert it

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Short to ground on that circuit! What else led up to that.

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This could be a component or a wiring fault. It is easier to check the components so:-

1)Remove lamp and insert new fuse.

If fuse goes again, disconnect stereo, replace lamp and fuse.

If fuse does not blow the dump stereo.

If fuse goes again, trace the wiring and

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Pinched, worn, or otherwise damaged wire somewhere. You will need to investigate further to find the problem.
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