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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old Feb 14th, 09, 10:46 PM Thread Starter
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please help electrical short in lights issue

67 camaro ss rear tail lights, keep on blowing fuses, when turning on lights.

narrowed down the issue to the passenger side rear tail light turn signal which is closest to the fuel cap. Anyways spazzing out and unplugging everything, i replaced the pig tail with an after market peice of junk that keeps popping out every block my lights are back on and im not blowing fuses,

Question, be4 all this happened i though that on a 67 camaro camaro with ss rs rear lights when you turn on the signal both rear right or left both blink right now when im turning right or left only the inner right or left blink?

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Re: please help electrical short in lights issue

With RS tailights, all right or all left should blink with turn signal. Check to see if you have the same bulbs in all. They need to be 2 filament like 1157 or 2357.

'67 rs - ordered new by my Grandfather
327 L30, K-K, Deluxe int, tach & gauges, 12 bolt posi, 4 speed.

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