Question about 2003 Pontiac Bonneville
My 03 SSEi keeps blowing the fuse for the interior lights. The dealer has attempted to trace the problem but cannot find it. While still under warrenty (100k) they replaced a control box, don't remember what they called it. It worked for a few weeks. They have tried 4 or 4 more times and can't find the problem. They replace the fuse and it lasts 1-3 weeks. Any suggestions would be great. Also is there a resettable breaker that could be put in the fuses place?
I can think of 2 places that were probably overlooked because I've been through this same trauma myself with GM products. One, if you have a right(passenger) side visor with a lighted mirror you'll want to check the wiring at the pivot point. Two, under the passenger side rocker panel trim, there is a ribbon harness with about 15 wires within and it may become chaffed by stepping in and out of the vehicle. Both of these have a constant feed with or without the engine running.Whoops, there's a third one I forgot about. Check the wires running through the rubber tube to the drivers door. Good luck my friend, Dana
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