Try looking at your tail light socket if it is fried that will blow the fuse
had similar problem ended up being pigtail for my trailer lights had a bad connector and a spot where insulation rubbed off creating a short and blowing that fuse
Circuit overloaded, short in wiring, or the fuse you are using is not the OEM correct fuse.
my 95 neon did the same thing check the ground wires in the trunk there are in the corners of the trunk next to the tail lights take them lose and sand the contact area.s that should fix your problem
Should be the same fuse for parking light/tail lights Should be the same fuse for parking light/tail lights Should be the same fuse for parking light/tail lights Should be the same fuse for parking light/tail lights
A short in the wiring.
short circuit on trailer light wiring
Yes, on many cars the dash lights and the tailights are fused together. If it keeps blowing fuses, you may have a corroded tailight bulb. I hope this helps you. Mark could possibly be the headlight switch as well
A corroded ground wire will cause a fuse to blow. Until the ground wire is cleaned the problem will persist.
Have to first remove all the light bulbs, then put in a fresh fuse, if it still blows, then you will have to follow all the wires to find the short. If the fuse does not blow, then the problem is with either the bulb or the socket.
Somewhere between the fuse and the bulb
A short in the wiring (grounding out)
Yes that could be the cause. If you keep blowing a fuse, either you have a short, loose connection, too small a fuse, or the circuit is overloaded.
If the fuse keeps blowing, there is a short somewhere. Since the dash and tail lights both go through the headlight switch, I would check the wires from the switch connection all the way to the tail lights, and the dash lights. Somewhere, a wire is crushed to ground or something like that. Make sure your switch is property connected and is a good switch! Good luck!
A radio fuse might keep blowing if the radio itself needs an inline fuse in a 1997 Crown Victoria. It is possible that the radio and interior lights are not grounded properly. Installing an inline fuse between the radio and the fuse box may solve the problem of the fuse blowing.
there is a short somewhere in dash or heater, you need to fix that to stop fuses blowing
short in the wiring behind your aftermarket radio
Short in the wiring or inside one of the plugs.
fuse keeps blowing
What would cause your fuse to blow when you turn on your lights on your 1993 mazda 323 the fuse to the tail lights on dash lights blow?
where is the fuse for tail lights in 1988 mercury grand marquis
Check wiring from dash to rear,looking for damage.Have you fitted scuff plates or different fixing screws to these.Also check light switch as it may be your problem
horn/dv on my van. I'm having problems with a fuse blowing for my inside lights. horn/dv on my van. I'm having problems with a fuse blowing for my inside lights. horn/dv on my van. I'm having problems with a fuse blowing for my inside lights.
for the tail lights all the other lights are working blanking lights brake lights and reverse lights but no tail lights on both side
Generally, dash lights and tail lights are on the same fuse so that if the tail fuse blows you'll know. When the tail light was "smashed", it shorted out the circuit and blew the fuse. You need to fix the tail light before you can get the dash lights to work.