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My signal light fuse kept on blowing so i looked at my switch wires and they were melted so i bought the 400 dollar switch from gm and my lights worked for another week started blowing fuses again now they wont work and my fuse is good checked the wires as well and there still good as well...? please help truck keeps breaking down on me im gettin tired of it... and broke

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Do you have trailer light hook-ups? Fifth wheel lighting and brakes, maybe a gooseneck ball? I would start with anything foreign to the vehicle(Not OEM).Most OEM wiring isn't subject to damage without help from you and I. :o) Hate to say it but we (or the guy who wired the truck for aftermarket lights) is sometimes the worst enemy.

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