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Signal light fuse keeps burning. How do i fix? Or what could be the problem.

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Issue with Wirering System Chek for Broken Wire in one off your Signal light Also Chek Relay Connector

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Pull out signal lights and look for naked wires that may be grounding out if you find one use black tape or cut splice together , solder, and heat srink them back together,If you dont find any check switch that turns lights on. sometimes they get hot and melt and have to be replaced.

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a wire has to be shorting out the fuse, check all wires and make sure no metal is showing or frayed. If so wrap the wire that is showing with electrical tape to make sure no metal is touching any other wire, this would cause the short, and would pop the fuse. You may want to try a fuse with a higher breaking point as well, i.e. a 20 amp fuse.

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