2006 Le Sabre Buick fuse for reading lights, right tail light, and lights for heater keeps blowing. This has been rewired but keeps blowing.

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Asked by Jan 22, 2013 at 02:14 PM about the 2005 Buick LeSabre Custom Sedan FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

2006 Le Sabre Buick fuse for reading lights, right tail light, and lights for heater keeps blowing. This has been rewired but keeps blowing. Yes this is a 2006. The year will not go up any higher.

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If the fuse blows immediately, there is a short circuit to ground. If the fuse holds for a while, there is a overload in the circuit. I'm confused why the right tail light is on a circuit with reading lights and dash lights - that might be part of the problem.

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reading light switch will nbot turn on lights, will turn lights for radio and heater lights on and off. lights for speed of fan and fan floor-defrost will not show. This has been rewired by a Chevy dealership that is highly rated. They did find a wire worn through replaced the assembley wrapped the wires to protect them and covered the culprit that worn the wire. get this when i pushed the key fob door open switch three times, now the right blinker is working agian but the interior items I list still are not working correctly. i have been told since i purchased this care that the 2006 lesabres are famouse for these issues.

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