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Fuse the fues for the tail lights,dash board,and auot lights keeps popping its a 20 amp fuse located under the hood cant find the short please help

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  • bones15_77 Aug 05, 2008

    I am having the same problem with my 2004 but it only pops the fuse when I am towing a trailer at night. The trailer works on other vehicles and the Pontiac dealer is telling me that my trailer is what is causing the problem. After trying two different trailers and rewiring one of them I am at a loss.

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    no tail lights or dash lights keeps blowing fuses

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Actually, I found a connector under the driver side sliding door that goes to the back lighting. Mine was full of water. After removing the water and insuring the connection was clean, the lights have been working fine.
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Hi:
If you have the manual, generally in glove box, that came with the vehicle just look in index for fuse box and it will tell you where the fuse boxes are.
Hope this helps
Don

Posted on Oct 03, 2008

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