BrakeLight Fuse (15amp) keeps blowing randomly

Asked by Apr 25, 2018 at 05:18 AM about the 2015 Kia Optima

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

It was 4weeks earlier that it first happened. Autohold and
ESC lights appeared in yellow... Took a lot of tinkering for
the DEALER to find out it was the blown fuse of stoplight
causing the problem. (Brake lights didn't work) Now the
problem is; the same fuse keeps blowing randomly and i
dont know WHY? or What to do? Its the 3rd time im
changing the fuse since then
My tail light is the oem LED

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If the fuse keeps blowing, this is a sign of a short somewhere in the circuit line. I would take it back to the dealer, they did the repair and had to give you a warranty on the job.

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