Why does my running light fuse keep blowing?
If a wire going to any of the running lights is exposed and touching metal it will cause a short that could blow the fuse. The other possibility is that if you added any lights to the trailer that use the running light circuit the extra power draw could be too much for the tow package wiring.
Why does my headlight fuse keep popping?
Fuses blow because they get too hot and they melt. So, either you have: An environment around the fuse that is be too hot and that combined with the heating of the fuse due to the current drawn by the headlight may be enough to blow the fuse.
Why does my tail light fuse keep going out?
A brake light fuse may keep on blowing out due to a short circuit. Short circuits are almost always the reasons why fuses get blown. In the case of your brake light fuse, a short circuit might have happened due to a bulb that may have already corroded to a point where they can easily create a short circuit.
Why do I keep blowing trailer fuses?
If the connector is corroded or dirty, it can cause excess power draw and blow a fuse. Simply clean out as needed. If everything checks out fine on the vehicle side, then you will want to check along the wiring for the trailer, again looking for any damaged or exposed wiring.
Why do my headlights keep breaking?
Any signs of condensation inside the headlight housing may indicate that water is leaking into the housing. Water and electricity don’t mix and any condensation may cause a short circuit leading to failure. Also, any condensation coming in contact with a hot bulb may cause the bulb to break.
How do I find out why a fuse is blowing?
An electrical device has failed. If a wiper motor or power lock solenoid have fried and melted on the inside, it might start drawing too much power in an attempt to keep working. This overloads the circuit causing a short and a blown fuse. Friction against a wiring harness has caused the wire insulation to fray.
Why does my fuse keep blowing in my motorcycle?
A motorcycle fuse blows when the current draw on a circuit exceeds the amperage rating of the fuse. In order to protect the wiring in that circuit from melting, the fuse will blow so no permanent damage is done to your motorcycle wires or accessories.