Car Fuses and Wiring
Headlights Tail and Brake Lights
Chevy Suburban

Tail lights fuse keeps blowing?

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2005-10-27 09:52:28
2005-10-27 09:52:28

you've got a short. probably best to take it to a garage unless you're experienced at checking and changing wires.

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