Try removing bulbs from all exterior lights turn switch on to see if fuse blows--if not replace one bulb at a time to determine where problem is. If fuse blows without bulbs could very well be switch "dead shorted" to ground
IM HAVING THE SAME PROBLEM SO IF YOU FIGURE IT OUT PLEASE LET ME KNOW AT GODLIVERKILLA@Yahoo.COM A mechanic told me that the switch that is on the column is usually the problem. Cost about 70.00 . Raygracik@msn.com
The reason a high beam indicator light might remain on in the dash of a 2005 Nissan Sentra might be a short in the wiring for the high beam headlights. It could also mean a short in the wiring of the steering wheel where the high beam switch is located.
Check wiring and sockets for dead short to ground at: Parking/Tail and dash lights Remove all bulbs and sockets -replace 1 at a time until fuse blows Investigate that socket Check wiring and sockets for dead short to ground at: Parking/Tail and dash lights Remove all bulbs and sockets -replace 1 at a time until fuse blows Investigate that socket
you have a short in the wires for your dash and lights So what do I do to fix it?
most likely a blown fuse, replace, if it blows again you have a short, if you have a trailer connection look there first
Try removing the tailight fixtures from the rear of the truck (GM had some problems with these) Replace fuse and see if it blows again. If so problem may be a dead short in the dash panel or in the switch itself. If it doesn't blow check and/or replace rear tailight fixtures
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there is a short in the relay for the head lights
Check your fuses. If they are all good and none are blows, you probably have a short somewhere in the electrical lines.
there is a short in the curciut there is a short in the curciut
Dash lights are usually wired in the parking/taillight circuit Try removing the bulbs from these, check sockets and replace bulbs one at a time . Hopefully short will be in one of these and not under dash
There is a switch just above the brake pedal that is called the brake stoplight switch. When the brake pedal is released, it stops the brake lights from illuminating. Check to make sure the switch is contacting the brake pedal stop where it should. A short term method of not killing the battery would be to unplug the connector to the switch and get a new one. It won't have brake lights when disconnected so I don't recommend driving with it like that. replace the broken switch
If a fuse blows you probably have a short or the circuit is overloaded.
Short in the wiring.
Start by checking the switch for the pedal on the steering column. It's a common place for a malfunction.
It can be: * The headlight switch (there are multiple parts to the switch, for headlights, tail lights, dash lights) * A fuse (but if a fuse has blown out you need to figure out why, typically that's caused by a short) * A bad wire or connector.
A fuse blows when there is a short circuit or an overload in the circuit.
You have a dead short in the wiring somewhere. It can also be the socket that one of the bulbs screws into is corroded or shorted out. You will have to inspect all the wiring to the fog lights and find the short.
You have a short! The "smoke" is most likely the plasic coating of the wires. I strongly recomend you not drive it until it's checked out by a qualified mechanic.
A short in the turn signal switch or the wire in the steering column is shorted. There is more likely a short in one of the bulbs. easy to find remove bulbs until the bad one is found then replace
Dead short between ignition switch and starter solenoid trigger wire?
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Dead short either in wiring, sockets, or in steering column Remove bulbs and try turn signal switch if fuse still blows probable location in steering column
Blown fuse. If you replace the blown fuse and it blows again, you have a short in the tail light/dash light circuit. It's going to take some detective work to locate the source of the problem.
First. It sounds like you have some wires in the wrong place. At no time should anything you do concerning your rear lights affect your wipers. You also probably have a short circuit or a broken wire somewhere.