Q: Fog light wiring

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I have some fog lights mounted to the bumper, but the original installer did a bad job with the wiring. It keeps blowing fuses.

A: Hi there, it sounds like the wiring is rubb...

Hi there, it sounds like the wiring is rubbing on a ground somewhere causing excess power to surge through the circuit. Thankfully the fuse is there to protect the bulbs and wiring. One of our certified technicians would be able to help you inspect the wiring and make sure everything is connected properly.

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