Check grounds! Trace the ground wire from each brake light socket. If that doesn't work, i hate to say it, but you may have to take it into the shop.
It's because you have a short current somewhere. You need to check the brake light wiring.
its either a dead short or not properly grounded check that out
Your brake fuse might continue blowing in the 1995 Toyota Camry because you have a wire that is exposed and shorting out. You might also have an issue with the brake sensors.
check all brake bulbs a filiment may have shorted out
Had the same problem. Check the wiring on the backup light switch at the transmission. Connection, chaffing, bare wires etc. Fixed mine!
There is a short in the system somewhere. Check all the wiring.
If the main headlight fuse keeps blowing out on a 2002 Kia Sportage, check for a short in the wiring. Also check to make sure there is no moisture in the headlight holder.
Check the wiring on the starter. Also check all grounds
You may have a problem in the pump. Take it off and check .
Check for shorts at the switch on the brake pedal linkage. Also check the rear lamp wiring for shorts to ground where the wires pass through sheetmetal . It is cut or abraded somewhere causing the grief.
check brake lines,make sure there is no leaking
check brake fluid level.
check tow hitch wiring for bear wires
Check or replace the socket
Check your brake fluid level.
My jeep wrangler keeps loking in gears
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
Dead short to ground in steering column
check the brake pedal, there is a switch on the back of the pedal that depressed when the brake is depressed that turns the lights on, when this is loose it keeps the lights on.
Pressure control valve controls the crank case vacuum pressure . It's important keeps ur motor from building up to much pressure an blowing out the seals
If the flasher relay on a 2001 Dodge Ram 1500 keeps blowing, a person can use a multimeter to find out where the short is in the wires. Start at the flasher plug in and check all of the wiring up to the fuse box in the engine compartment. Also check the wiring in the turn signals.
A fuse that keeps blowing is an indication of a malfunctioning ignition. The ignition may be the culprit or the wiring leading to the ignition may be the problem.
Dodges were famous for this. Check to make sure that you dont have any shorts in the system.