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Old 04 Jul 2004, 02:38 pm
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Default Turn Signal Fuse Problem

The Turn Signal / Wiper Fuse blew out in my '03' Turbo, so i replaced it with a higher Amp (30) and a week later it did the same. It was during a dry spell so it was not from the wipers. Anyone ever had this problem before?
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Old 04 Jul 2004, 07:33 pm
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Sounds like you have a short. Certainly the turn signals should never be drawing enough current to blow a 30 amp fuse.

Does the fuse blow when you turn on the right signal or only when you turn on the left signal? The week delay sounds like a place where the insulation may be worn and allowing the wire to make contact with a ground.
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