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The ebl fuse is causing my battery to die out every time i turn it off...now i dont have power seats, is there any way around this problem? and how to fix it?

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SOURCE: Need to know what EBL stands for?

stands for electric back light....its the rear window defogger and the heated power mirrors...they all run off of the 50amp #4 fuse

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Need to know what EBL stands for?


stands for electric back light....its the rear window defogger and the heated power mirrors...they all run off of the 50amp #4 fuse

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