Chevy Suburban

Why would the running lights fuse blow on a 93 suburban?

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2005-10-21 14:13:11
2005-10-21 14:13:11

possible wiring short in headlamp switch. remove dash cover remove screws holding head lamp switch check wires may have a burnt look to them if so replace wiring pig tail and switch. or trailer wiring if equiped could be shorted to ground on tan wire tan is park lamp or running lamp.

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