RE: [DML] electrical short
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RE: [DML] electrical short



Thank you for your comments concerning our website. As for your problem the
usual cause is a meltdown of the contacts on the engine compartment lamp
from the cover being left open too long. The lamp is fragile and can't stay
on very long without a meltdown. Disconnect the lamp switch (mounted on the
ballast resistor bracket) and try another fuse. If it doesn't blow out
replace the engine compartment lamp and you're back in business. To avoid
future failures install an LED bulb or disconnect the lamp when leaving the
cover open for more than a few minutes at a time.


Rob Grady

P.J. Grady Inc.

(631) 589-6224


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Sent: Monday, December 06, 2010 1:45 AM
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Subject: [DML] electrical short



Hello group,
I'm having trouble with my courtesy light circuit. The #12 fuse keeps
blowing as soon as I put one in. I have taken out all of the lights on the
circuit with no change. I haven't been able to find any faulty wiring yet
either. I saw that this fuse also handles the diagnostic plug, but I don't
know anything about that. Any help getting my interior and marker lights
back up would be appreciated. 

Thank you,
Adrian Dunker

P.S. I found the new Grady website fascinating and well done.


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