Question about 1993 Chevrolet K1500
You have a short to ground.
You need to isolate the problem circuit.
Remove all of the lights light, then reinstall each light, when the fuse blows, you will know that you have located the problem circuit.
Get a wiring diagram for your truck, to help you trace the wires in the problem circuit.
Electrical problems can be time consuming.
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