Most likely the wire to the light is frayed or broken and touches the body of the car, thus creating a short. The body of the car is the 'negative earth' and the live wire is connected to the plus pole of the battery. If the insulation is broken the wire touches earth and thus the fuse blows. Another possibility is wrong wattage or voltage of the light bulbs, although that is most likely not the case here. The light switch could also be faulty. Just go over the system and the wires until you find where the positive wire touches earth. Is there a problem with the lights themselves? Are they correctly assembled? Check that too.
Try looking at your tail light socket if it is fried that will blow the fuse
Where is the fuse for running lights on 2001 e250
horn/dv on my van. I'm having problems with a fuse blowing for my inside lights. horn/dv on my van. I'm having problems with a fuse blowing for my inside lights. horn/dv on my van. I'm having problems with a fuse blowing for my inside lights.
Sounds like there is an overload in a wire and it is blowing the fuses to keep from doing more serious damage. Have the wires to that fuse traced and tested to see if the wire is bad or if the ground wire is loose.
To disable the running lights either unplug the relay to the fuse box. Also there is a fuse for this in the fuse box remove this and that will disable the lights.
Tail lights and brake lights fuse.
Circuit overloaded, short in wiring, or the fuse you are using is not the OEM correct fuse.
Taillights and daytime running lights not working may be caused by a blown fuse. The fuse can be found in the fuse box in the engine compartment.
Daytime running lights can be turned off by removing the fuse that controls them. The fuse is in the passenger compartment fuse box. The fuse number is D5.
Fuse for parking lights probably blown.
They are day time running lights. You can turn them of by pulling out the day time running light fuse. Saab manual will help you locate the fuse.
there is a fuse dedicated to the running lights on the 96 Thunderbird. Check your fuse panel under the dashboard for the proper fuse and check to see if it is blown.
To repair the Reatta running lights check the fuse first. If the fuse is blown ad a replacement blows then check the lights and wiring for any shorts.
Look in the fuse box for a fuse marked DT lights
rear lights and dash lights should be on the same fuse, check your owners manual if you have it.
It's probably your brake lights, not your brakes.
Chances are there is a short somewhere in the wiring
Running lights (left side): Fuse #47 -- Running lights (right side): Fuse #48 -- Brake lights: Fuse #54. Fuse panel is on the lower left side (underneath) the dashboard. NOTE: If it is your brake lights that are not working and fuse # 54 looks okay, check the brake light switch, it may have gone bad.
A radio fuse might keep blowing if the radio itself needs an inline fuse in a 1997 Crown Victoria. It is possible that the radio and interior lights are not grounded properly. Installing an inline fuse between the radio and the fuse box may solve the problem of the fuse blowing.
What year is the vehicle? Did you check the fuse?
Should be in the fuse box under the hood on the drivers inner fenderwell.
Take alook at the fuse panel and find out if there is a fuse for your day time running lights. Most vehicles have a fuse going to them.
No, The running/parking lights go the light switch, the horn is on it's own curcuit thru the fuse panel.
Usually, the panel has fuses that are individually marked. This helps mechanics or automotive electricians know what each fuse is used for. On a 2005 Ford Econoline, the fuse for brake lights is fuse number 34.