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1993 Jag XJ 6 --interior lights dont work.........everytime I put in a new fuse it shorts.Hope you can steer me in the right direction. fuse #2 on the drivers side (north american side)

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First thing is we know we have a dead short. So first take out your interior bulbs and put in a fuse. If it did not blow one of the bulbs or light assembly is bad. If it did the problem is in the wiring going to the lights. Check the door switches first they could be shorted out.One or both. This can be a slow process but if you take your time the short can be found. Just do it one step at a time. If you need any more help leave a comment and I'll get back to you.

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