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89 ford probe keeps blowing headlamp fuse?? - 1992 Ford Probe

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Also check your headlight ground wire. if thats loose it will pop that fuse pretty quick

Posted on Feb 24, 2009

I had the same on my 1992 gt. Wirings to headlight had melted together from overheat/grounding problem. Just behind the headlight inside the cover. Check it!/Jonas-Sweden

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