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Old 03-13-2007, 05:27 PM   #1
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Our 2005 Vectra keeps blowing the right signal fuse that is set up for the tow vehicle. This happens quite often. Sometimes the left fuse is also blown. We are towing a 2004 jeep grand cherokee. Any one else having trouble with fuses blowing? Any suggestions as to cause?
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Our 2005 Vectra keeps blowing the right signal fuse that is set up for the tow vehicle. This happens quite often. Sometimes the left fuse is also blown. We are towing a 2004 jeep grand cherokee. Any one else having trouble with fuses blowing? Any suggestions as to cause?
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A few years ago I had a faulty end on the cable that connected to my toad ... that would blow fuses ... a technician found the trouble ... he fixed the cable ... that was the end of my problem ...

As I recall one of the wires had broken and would short out ...
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I had a similar issue with a vehicle tow wiring plug end, the contact had heated up just enough to soften the rubber allowing the internal contacts to touch. Try a different tow wiring cord. Good luck.
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