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Every time you put a new fuse in it just pops and the truck will not start

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You have a dead short get a flasher bulb (12v 21w) connect across
the fuse it will light up go around and wiggle wires till bulb goes dim
or out and repair the fault
if that does work disconnect all the circuits in turn
when the light goes out check out that one

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