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Old 31 Oct 2011, 01:19 am
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Default Brake fuse popping

Hey guys thanks for your help in advance (:

So Ive got a 1996 honda accord which the brake light fuse keeps popping. It pops as soon as I put one in. So my question is, since im not pressing the brake pedal and applying the switch does this mean I have a short from the fuse to the the switch and not from the switch to the tail lights? This fuse popping is also not allowing me to shift from park.
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