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Old 05-23-2011, 09:05 PM   #1
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Flasher fuse

My electronic flasher fuse continuously blows out, it's fuse 18, I have no brake lights or blinkers, I have sequential tail lights if that helps. They've been working since February.
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Old 05-24-2011, 03:43 PM   #2
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I fixed it, but now the brake lights don't work
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My brake lights won't turn on when I brake, I checked the fuse, the blinkers work fine. What else could be the problem
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Check the brake switch. Prob either got unplugged or is not working. It's located on the pedal.
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Re: Flasher fuse

Your tail lights could also be grounding and blowing the fuse. There could be a bare wire somewhere.
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I agree with the brake switch. Its towards the top of the pedal.
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Re: Flasher fuse

I'd check your wires for the sequentials. Had a buddy's car do this with a certain sequential kit, I rewired his tails and will be installing a quality sequential kit this weekend.
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