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My 2008 ford expedition keeps blowing the fuse that turns the inter lights on when you open a door....the lights will come on manually by pressing them but will not come on by the dimmer switch ...i replace fuse and it blows within a day?

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When ever a Fuse blows, 1 time

You need to find the circuit,which you know

Next ,you need to have wiring diagrams
No diagrams your done,stop

You replace a fuse 1 time only

Then you have to diagnose the issues

If you can not follow that,then you have to
pay a repair shop

Posted on Mar 13, 2011

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