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The wiring for whichever fuse is blowing is shorting out or wired incorrectly. Checked for frayed or damaged wires. Have you messed with any of the wiring lately?


Do not put a larger fuse in there to solve the problem. You will end up setting your truck on fire.

Posted on Mar 14, 2011

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