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Old 02-08-2007, 04:00 PM   #1
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Alright well its the second time in two weeks that my interior light fuse keeps blowing, any suggestions of what may be wrong, I changed the fuse and there on agan, but im sure theyll not work again, hopefully not, any suggestions of what may be cuasing this?

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When do you notice the fuse blowing? Is it when you tirn on the lights using the ****? opening the door? Ect? Could be a bad switch.
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Have anything in you cig lighter?
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the lights don come on when I open the door, and when I go to the 15 fuse its blown, nothing is in the cig lighter either
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anything out there?
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im pretty sure that fuse if for the AL7 air compressir too...make sure it isnt shorting
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finally figured it out, I had dropped my headliner a few weeks back to replace the sun roof drains, I was running short of time so I was going to pull the headliner out of the car so I could drive it, I pulled off all of the wiring off the headliner which was held to it with staples, I guess a staple came down into the oshit handle light on the drivers side and was touching the metal contacts on the back of the light shorting it out, found this out after I dropped the first light , works for about a week now knock on wood that was the issue
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