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Blowing brake fuses

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Old 02-17-2019, 09:49 AM
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Did some t/s like brake solenoids and unhooked trailer hitch lights. Still blowing brake light fuses. 2005 tribute. Any ideas or same issue? Thanks. Too cold to t/s more. Lol
 
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Old 02-17-2019, 01:21 PM
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Did some t/s like brake solenoids and unhooked trailer hitch lights. Still blowing brake light fuses. 2005 tribute. Any ideas or same issue? Thanks. Too cold to t/s more. Lol
Just got it back from Canadian tire. Changed fuse to bigger one. From 15a to 25a. Could of did that myself but didnt want to burn wires. ! 101$. Oh well. It's working. Have to patch up inner rear passenger wheel well. That's where brake light wires run through and is more than likely the issue. Any thoughts or diagrams on removing interior panel to patch up wheel well?
 
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