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On my 99 wrangler,the parking light fuse keeps blowing when I go over bumps.I tried headlight switch but didnt work.

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    Ned C Cook May 11, 2010

    Ok, A short is what you have.This will be a hard onde to find.. What size fuse do you have for this circuit?

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Sounds like you have a wire grounding out. Take a look at the wiring and look for any bare wire that might be hit any metal surface. probably the easiest way to find it would be to have the lights on and wiggle wires until you blow the fuse, when that happens look at those wires and repair as needed.

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You need to check your plugs for the parking light bulbs and the bulbs. You have a short when you hit a bump and the body flexs it causes the wires to move and when this is occuring the bad wire is shorting out to ground. This is a process that will involve some time to find for the short could be anywhere. You just have to check and retest till you find it.

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