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'96 buick skylark

Interior dask lights and tail lights don't work. whenever the fuse is replaced
it quickly blows

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  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2014

    Had a new cooling fan installed, but car keeps overheating. Fuse keeps blowing every three days, but the cooling fan does work when i replace the fuse. Took to a different mechanic and he said i needed a new fan, but i have already replaced it. I think it's an electrical problem, but am unsure on whether or not it could be something else causing this. Please advise. Thank you.

  • Anonymous Mar 31, 2014

    I have placed three fuses and each has blown, is this a problem with the ciruts or relay?

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Replace the bulbs and check the wiring chances are that you have a short

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