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My1987nissan pulsar keeps on blowing fuses. what

My1987nissan pulsar keeps on blowing fuses. what is the pronlem?

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You have a wire that is grounding out or hitting other wires. Check your electrical wires. look for burnt spots and for exposed wires.

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Hi, fn15 nissan pulsar, the rear lights and speedometer lights are causing their fuse to blow, a full visual of the loom appears to be ok. how can i fix please.


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If the fuse still blows, carefully inspect all the bulb sockets for signs of wires touching. Repair anything you see.
If I remember right, there is a set of connectors within the boot (trunk) of the car. If the problem persists, disconnect all of them. Try the fuse blowing bit again.
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If you have one, an ohmmeter check between the "dead" contact of the fuse holder (no fuse fitted)and chassis ground may show a dead short. Tyring each of the connectors in the boot in a similar manner may isolate one particular wire. Then you know what colour wire you are looking for.
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