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Why do the fuses keep blowing as soon as the turn signals or hazards are engaged on a 1997 Chevy Full Size Van?

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2010-03-20 21:36:55
2010-03-20 21:36:55

Sounds like a short in your blinker circuit. There could be a cracked or damaged wire somewhere between your lamps and the fuse box, a damaged bulb, or a bad blinker relay. You can trace the problem using a multimeter. You might be able to reduce your troubleshooting in half by noting if its the left or right side turn signal that blows your fuse and work on only that side. Good luck.

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