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Blown brake fuses

Everytime i put the car in drive it burns out the stoplight fuses

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It's a shortage in the system. A positive cable is touching chassis somewhere in the car. This will be found with some more wiring testing. Check with your local electromechanic for further assistance.

Posted on Sep 01, 2008

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