turn signal (left) keeps blowing fuse Bad ground? If so, where is it located

Asked by Apr 06, 2016 at 07:26 PM about the 2004 Pontiac Grand Am SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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105,495

Not a bad ground, a short to ground is more like it, and it could be anywhere in the turn signal circuit, start by checking if it has any added on equipment like a trailer plug, then go from there.

nothing added, just started acting up yesterday. 2 fuses in 1 day. where to start looking now

105,495

Always start where there is the most stress on a wiring harness, and usually that is in the rear in the trunk, stuff gets tossed in there and it rattles around crashing into things, so start there.

55,455

Check the bulb and socket also.....

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