Question about 1993 Toyota Pickup
The problem might be that you might have a short somewhere. Check in the engine bay for a loose wire which might be touching the engine or metal surface. Check behind the dash take the dash covers off and check for loose wiring. Check under the truck for loose wiring exposed wire touching the frame. I had the same problem the fuse blew for the brake light constantly till a friend of mine suggested to check for a loose wire which I did find. The wire for the a/c in the engine compartment came appart from the plug and it was touching the engine and it shorted out the electrical parts. I taped it up and no more blown fuses.
Posted on Aug 17, 2008
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