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When I turn on the headlights the dash lights/ tail light/ parkers fuse blows. It started doing it intermittantly but now blows instantly. I've disconnected the tail lights and checked the wiring there. Cant see any problems. Iam in Australia. Here it is a high ace van.1999 2.4l petrol

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Your problem can be sorted out only if there is a multimeter to check or a test lamp to check , circuit by circuit.
If on changing the fuse there is no short but happens only when the car moves, it must be checked at the tail lamps, the park lampsand the dash with a simulated tap. change fuse with different circuits chosen to come to the fault.

Posted on Sep 28, 2010

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