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blowing turn signal fuse

Blows the turn signal fuse when i use it. When plugging in the fuse i can hear some clicking under the dash, didn't get a chance to see what it was, im guessing maybe the turn/hazard relay?. Anyways if anyone has any ideas where to look feel free to post. I'm going to spend some time tomorrow and see if i can find my short.
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check out your trailer wiring plug.



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I would start by checking the turn signal bulbs...I had a shorted tail light bulb popping a fuse once....Possibly the flasher itself..?? just throwing out some ideas. Good luck.

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