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
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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.
you have a short in the wires for your dash and lights So what do I do to fix it?
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
most likely a blown fuse, replace, if it blows again you have a short, if you have a trailer connection look there first
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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
there is a short in the curciut there is a short in the curciut
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 relay for the head lights
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
If a fuse blows you probably have a short or the circuit is overloaded.