Everytime a touch my brakes, my fuse pops (tail light). My brake lights do not work and neither does the turn signal. HELP please!!! If anyone has any suggestions I would greatly appreiciate it. Thanks
You have a dead short to ground. Have you changed anything recently? Done any work to the seats or center consol, if so recheck your work. If not there is a plug to the taillights in the trunk of most chevelles. Start by disconnecting that and checking each wire with a volt meter
The only thing different is I have an alarm installed. I rechecked the wires, I noticed a wire connected to my turn signals (lighting circuit) and one connected to a light in the dash. I'll recheck the grounds tonight. Thanks
check to see if canceling cam is in the center, in off position (turning lever in center possition). Then check brakes. Mine was bad in a 65, it would not center it's self. One brake lamp would not light when not centered.
Did the outfit that did the alarm connect an extra feature that flashes/blinks your parking lights when the alarm is set off? If so, I'd check their work, or disconnect/unplug the alarm brain-box and see if your fuses blow then.
I'm going to check the cancelling cam and recheck the 'alarm' work this weekend. The brakes are finally working correctly, but I'll pull the steering wheel and see what the deal is with the turn signal assembly... Thanks
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