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Everytime i put my foot on the brake pedal of my disco 2 it blows the brake light fuse so i've got no brake lights at all , i replace the fuse and it just does it again straight away.

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Sounds like you have a short at one of the bulbs when press brake pedal shorts out throws fuse check your wiring at each bulb check for breaks in wire oil residue worn wires use voltmeter best bet

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