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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 IM HAVING THE SAME PROBLEM SO IF YOU FIGURE IT OUT PLEASE LET ME KNOW AT GODLIVERKILLA@YAHOO.COM A mechanic told me that the switch that is on the column is usually the problem. Cost about 70.00 . Raygracik@msn.com


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First. It sounds like you have some wires in the wrong place. At no time should anything you do concerning your rear lights affect your wipers. You also probably have a short circuit or a broken wire somewhere.


Dead short either in wiring, sockets, or in steering column Remove bulbs and try turn signal switch if fuse still blows probable location in steering column


Blown fuse. If you replace the blown fuse and it blows again, you have a short in the tail light/dash light circuit. It's going to take some detective work to locate the source of the problem.


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There could be a severed connection somewhere along the line, or it could just be a blown fuse


it could be the heater core and ac housing unit that allows hot air to be mixed with the cold air or it could just cancel out the cold due to the motion of the car


Yes, it certainly could be a blown fuse.It could be that the lights have burnt out as well.


It could be a number of things. Two most common are a clogged heater core and bad thermostat. If you drive on the highway for awhile and you end up with some heat than it's probably the thermostat.


Are you talking about the clicking that is heard in the cabin when the turn signal is blinking? That is just an auditory reminder that your blinker is on to hopefully prevent you from leaving it on as you drive down the highway.


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!


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If it blows while driving, I would replace the fuel pump. If it blows when trying to start, I would replace the starter.


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You could use life is a highway


all other lights on car work ,just no dash lights,could it be a fuse?


The lights dimming are a sign that it's drawing too much electricity in relation to the amount of electricity that's being supplied to your house overall. The compressor trying to start is drawing too much current. It could be that the compressor is locked up. It could also have a bad start or run capacitor.


Depending on how you accelerate, I would put it between 8 and 10 MPG. If you stomp it at lights and pass on the highway alot you could easily be at 5 MPG. Eric


could be two things bad earth behind the dash or on the lights. Or if you control your lights on a stem coming off the steering column that could be faulty? it is indicating your daytime driving lights are on


Check fuse for parking lights--should be same circuit could be burnt out bulbs could be bad switch could be dimmer rheostat



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