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Tail and dash light fuse keeps blowing on Xterra cant find short?


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2009-02-12 00:45:51
2009-02-12 00:45:51

it is in your towing wires contact dlr i think it is a recall my friends was blowing out all the time. the dlr fixed it for free

That was very helpful !

It was in the towing wire pack for my truck! Being under the truck, it is subjected to a lot of abuse. Although I could not find a recall for it, I cleaned out the terminals well, and the problem went away. Thanks!


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