Question about Car Audio & Video
When i apply the brake the batter light appears and none of the brake lights work i know the fuses are blown but as soon as i put new ones in they blow straight away can anyone help me???
You definitely have a short in your power line for your brakes. Shorts can be very difficult to find. They can be anything from water in the fixture to someone tapping into the brake line for their car stereo. (if you accidently used the brake power line as ground, it could be shorting through the chassis of the car/truck since an ohm meter would read it as ground without the pedal being pushed.) You might find the easiest way to solve the problem is to take it to a professional and it might even take them a few hours or just a few minutes to find.) It IS unquestionably a short in the brake wire, and it is unfortunately impossible for anyone to give you a firm answer without being with your car with a voltmeter in hand. Take it to a pro. Good Luck
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
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