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What keeps causing my left parking light fuse to blow?

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Check the gorund connections and harnessesand plug bulbs.

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Left side parking lights/dash lights don't come on. 10 amp fuse just keeps blowing. Checked bulbs and replaced head light switch.


you shouldn't have replaced the switch... it was probably good from the start

your key words "fuse just keeps blowing"
that means a wiring problem / got to trace the circuit and find where that wire is short circuiting to power is the only fix for this situation

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My fuse keeps blowinng when i turn on my lights but the headlights ,blake lights and turn signals work but no tail or parking lights


If the fuse blows, you have a dead short to ground somewhere, likely around the tail lights or parking lights. Try this:

Get a box of the correct fuses.
Remove all tail and parking bulbs and put in a new fuse. If the fuse does not blow, try installing each bulb at a time to see which light assembly causes the fuse to blow.
Let's suppose its the RH tail light assembly. Pull it off the car and check for dirt and damaged wiring.

If this is an older vehicle, there may be wiring damage (due to rust) in the harness under the carpets.

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The parking lights, dash lights, turn signals, and hazard flasher should be 4 different circuits.
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You have a short to ground on one of the circuits.You will have to try unplugging one thing at a time to find it.Unplug the wiper motor first,then take out the park light bulbs one at a time until you find what is causing it to blow fuses.Water in the bulbs will do it.Shorted wiper motor.More than likely it is in one of the park light bulbs/cicuit.

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Your problem could be Rust in rear lights causing bad earth or shorting in parking lights or rear lights as plug shorting so.....unplug rear lights from plug to rear lights inc No plate light, switch on if still blows unplug both parking lights ....then OK so problem in f/p/lights,,connect up Left hand side ,,,still ok then problem in R/H/Parking light ,,,but dont forget when finnished to put them all back, and numberplate light as well (they are the most troublesome light)
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Fuses keep blowing


Re check the connections, it sounds like you have a short in the Wireing harness. If you park you car where there are lot's of small animals link mice, squirels ect. They come out this time of the season looking for things to chew on and make a home out of. 
Sorry for the shot in the dark but it does happen and if you do park your car where there are lots of small animals. Fabric sofener's in the car like under the seat keep's them away.
Good luck and hop this helps

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There is a ground not connected or a wire open that is causing it to blow

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there has to be a short in parking lights, check all wires to parking lights, maybe a hot wire is touching metal. because if fuse keeps blowing, that is the sign of a short! HOPE THIS HELPS!

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