Short in the wiring or light bulb socket.
water ! look closely at each parking light,you will probably find water in one of them. next a damaged light or bulb that is shorting to frame .
Dead short to ground in either: Parking lights or sockets Tail lights or sockets Dash lights or sockets
well ur fuse has obviously blown under the dash.. I am facing the same problem in my car atm. But i cant find wat is causing it to blow..
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?
Short to Ground Replace fuse with a test light Turn on lights test light will illuminate Check each fixture individually until test light goes out (current flow stops). This will indicate which fixture or wiring is bad. be sure to check parking, tail, and license plate lights also
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the lights seem to run for 3 days then they blow a fuse when i have tested all bulbs they are ok
Try looking at your tail light socket if it is fried that will blow the fuse
The dash lights and the tail lights are on the same fuse. In all probability, you have a short circuit in the tail light wiring.
This sounds like a bad light switch. The head lights are usually wired seperately from all other lights so the only common point is at the switch.
Tail light fuse is blown. It also feeds the 5 amp dash light fuse. Also check for shorts causing the fuse to blow including the license plate light.
a shorted wire to car ground. May be the license plate light shorted. Don't rule that out.
you have a wiring problem with either the dash lights, the headlight switch, the tail lights or the front clearance lights. If you've had an accident that has caused damage to any of those areas, check that first.
a short in one of the park lights
The most common cause for this is a fault in the cars tow bar wiring. If you dont have a tow bar the next best thing to check is the wiring going to the front park lamps. On the 240 the wiring could sometimes rub on the vehicles frame causing a short. the condition of the brake light bulbs is also worth a look, as on some dual filament bulbs the filament can collapse and short out the connections inside the bulb.
yes,black lights are just like any other light and could blow up at any moment even though it makes your stuff look cool.
Will cause the bulb to blow, probably a fuse also. If leak not fixed, you will have to get a new light assembly.
You have a short to ground somewhere. Start at each lamp socket, then the wiring and look for problems. Possible bad headlight switch. Also in checking shorts, don't forget the license plate light in addition to all marker lights. Dash lights normally go out when the tail light fuse blows as dash lights are fused from the tail light circut.
Check the circuitry to the backup lights. The same fused circuit is probably used for both brake lights and backup lights. As you go past Reverse, the backup light probably is turned on briefly, causing the fuse to blow. It's just a thought, but I'd think it worth checking.
That's probably just that certain vehicle. Chances are, there's probably a short in the electric wiring somewhere. Very uncostly.
Parking, tail, and dash lights are a common circuit maybe a blown fuse If fuse continues to blow--install a test light in place of fuse light will illuminate if there is current flow to ground --check each fixture until light goes out that will tell you which unit is shorting --replace accordingly Maybe bad switch shorting to ground Air bag ??? Short to ground don't know if problems are related
Probably have a short in tail light or license plate light. It could also be a bad bulb. If bulb, see sources and related links below for bulb information.
Man vehicles have the dash lights and tail lights wired through the same fuse. Check your fuse box for the dash or tail light fuse. Something has most likely caused it to blow.