Right rear turn signal fuse keeps blowing. On 2013 Chevy 2500 express

Asked by Mar 21, 2017 at 07:55 PM about the 2013 Chevrolet Express LS 2500

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The fuse for the right rear turn signal keeps blowing out any ideas why this would be happening?

7 Answers

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Bulb socket, wiring to it could have a short issue.

I checked all the wiring and replaced the bulb socket from a salvage yard but that one must be bad too. And you can't just buy the socket you have to buy the whole tail light assembly now...

21,525

See if it has a ground, I would trace it back to the fuse panel with a voltmeter, it could be a short and socket is fine.

I searched all exposed wiring for shorts the wiring harness runs through the headliner. I guess I have to get my meter out.

Tested the sockets and they have continuity the right turn signal doesn't blow the fuse with the socket and trailer lights disconnected. If I plug in the wiring harness for the turn signal it immediately blows the fuse under the hood as soon as I turn on the right turn signal.

Scratch that there is continuity to ground with the fuse removed so I must have a dead short between the plug for the harness

Sounds like a short.

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