Question about 1989 Chevrolet S-10 Blazer
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
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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The parking and tail lights are usually on the same fuse as the dash lights, so check the fuse located in the fuse panel under the dash to see if it is blown. If replacement fuse blows again then it could mean a bad tail light bulb or a wire in the wiring loom that is shorting to the body. Check globes first and then check wiring loom near light assemblies for any chafed or bare wires.
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