Question about 1999 Isuzu Rodeo
By your description I assume this is an interior light. You will need to trace the wires going to the lights and find the one that is grounding and causing a short. You might be able to remove all the interior bulbs and replace the fuse then after turning them on if the fuse doesn't blow replace them one at a time till you find the one that has a problem and trace that wire back. Make sure you check any spices you may have added to install Amplifiers or Radios that didn't come with the vehicle.
Posted on Aug 04, 2010
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