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Wire for tail lights

I would like to know which wire is for the tail lights of my 1989 chevy s-10 blaze. The fuses keep getting blown out every time I put them in and turn on the lights

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It should be a BROWN WIRE for tail lights
if you have a trailer hitch check the wiring harness see if its corroded
hope this helps

Posted on Nov 13, 2009

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