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Fuse blown to right turn signal when hooking up utility trailer

Two times I have blown a right turn signal fuse, after I hook up plug to utility trailer. Taken to dealer they replace fuse but do not fix problem. I don't want to trouble shoot unless I know where the fuse is blown, the dealer ship did not share that info. I checked all fuses in fuse box next to the dash, did not find any blown. Could this fuse be some where else? The part number is 12092079 fuse 8.965. Could it be a problem with the utility trailer? I could try some things to find out if I knew where the fuse to the right turn signal is located.

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Fuse is underhood in power dist box.
if you only blow when hooked to trailer it is a problem with trailer wiring or light

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