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My 2002 nissan pulsar keeps blowing the taillight fuse,when it blows the fuse the interior lights,cluster lights all stop working,everytime i put a new fuse in it blows up so what should i do?

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If u have tow bar fitted check that nobody has put metal in trailer plug ie like bottle top

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Look for a bear wire in the trunk or somewhere along the way. The circuit is definatly overloaded. It could even be the cigar lighter. Have yuo had any work done lately?

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