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Why would the brake fuse of a Mitsubishi Galant go out every 3 months?

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2006-12-30 14:24:37
2006-12-30 14:24:37

a short circuit in the wiring is causing the fuse to blow... check all bulb holders and wiring for rust or corrosion, make sure all the bulbs used ar the correct type for the vehicle. does the vehicle have a trailer plug? most importantly, NEVER use an incorrect fuse, NEVER replace it with a higher amperage, wires could overheat, and a fire could start!

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