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Old 04-30-2012, 04:02 PM
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Default Turn Signal Fuse Blowing

Ok guys i fabricated and welded my own headache rack. It has two 6" oval LED tail lights. Ive wired them into the correct wires on the truck with quick connect splicers, now when the hazards or turn signals are switched on the turn signal fuse blows. And it wasnt blowing the fuse after i got it all hooked up it worked good for a while now it blows everytime did i wire it right or is it pulling too much power?
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I would put a relay in there just to make sure. Also you may want to check for a wire that is grounding out.
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