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What causes blinker lights to keep blowing a fuse in a 2002 Jeep Liberty?

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2015-07-17 17:38:50
2015-07-17 17:38:50

check for a short in the wiring behind the dash or somewhere in that circut I had the same problem with my camaro it turned out that over the years the harness had rubbed on the plate over the ashtray and worn through the insulation causing a short, it took many hours to find and I eventually took it in to get it looked at because I couldn't find it

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