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Just bought a yaris 57 plate noticed the fuse under the glove  blox keeps blowing for the rear lights and heating instruments and fog lights..

any suggestions 

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what number/location is the fuse as they are on different circuits

 

Rear Lights - do the side lights work,do the numberplate lights work

Heater controls - do you just mean the backlight (illumination)

Fog lights - does it blow as you turn the stalk ? Are they goldfish bowls (full of water)

 

Edit. Do the interior lights work ??? do you have a switch that dims the dashboard lights ??

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The rear lights and fog lights go as well as the heater illumination lights interior lights work and i have a switch that dims the dashboard lights.

I am not sure if it blows wen you turn the stalk. It also has parking sensors on the rear which have a single tone.

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What is the position of the fuse in the fuse box that blows ?

 

do the parking sensors beep or is it a solid tone ?

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Strange. I posted a reply yesterday that has become invisible. I suggested that, if they are aftermarket parking sensors, that's where I would b checking initially.

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It's a bit of an odd one, the only item that links them is all control side ground switching (stalk) and/or Body ecu (BCM) the 3 circuits are otherwise seprately fused

if its aftermarket parking sensors it could be back feeding the BCM

or may be its just 3 separate issues of blown bulbs

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they are after market sensors and found a cut wire i believe that was shorting the and blowing the fuse.

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