Q: Q: Electrical short in car

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I have an electrical short in my car.

Hello. More information for why you think you’re having an electrical short would be needed for proper diagnosis. Do you have a fuse blowing? If so, a fuse replacement will be needed to repair the associated component. If you would like a certified technician to visually inspect your electrical system, YourMechanic offers mobile mechanics that can visit your home or office to make the needed repairs.

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