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My tail light/interior light fuse was blown. I replaced it and it repeatedly blows the fuse. Now what?

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Check the bulbs and make sure there is no accesories pluged into the cigg lighter

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Dash lights are on the same fuse as the tail lights. Dash lights not working is an indication that the tail lights are not working. The first thing to check is that the tail light fuse is not blown. Most of the time replacing the tail light fuse will restore both the tail lights and the dash/interior lights. If this is not the case you may have to trace the wires and look for a broken or unplugged wire in the harness.

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Pick up an automatic circuit breaker at a parts store making sue it is the same ampereage. Put it in place of the blown fuse and give it a few seconds. It will trip and reset itself, giving you an opportunity to check which light is shorting out. Try a fuse 5 amps higher and see if it blows. If not, it just might be a load issue and not necessarily a shorted circuit. Perhaps the fuse was replaced before with one underrated. Do not exceed 5 amps over what you pull out. Good luck and keep a n eye on everything until the breaker breaks the first time.

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First, have you checked the fuses? See owner's manual for location. If blown fuse, replace it. If it's not a blown fuse or if it blows again after being replaced, please get back to me.

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