Thanks for the question.
What is the fuse labeled as?
Ok, thank you.
There is anohter fuse labeld as B/U LAMP, located in the interior fuse panel. Can you check this one and make sure it is ok. The fuse also ties into the LP PK fuse.
The Instrument Panel fuse block diagram shows a b/up, however there isn't a receptacle for the fuse. The fuse that keeps blowing in under the hood fuse block.
The following is the list of fuses shown.
SBM- interior lamps, HUD - head up display switch, CSTR/SBM instrument panel cluster, LP PKL & LP PK R for park, side marker, turn lamp,stop lamp. The fuse block is dificult to reach.
Is there anyway to drop the fuse block in order to have easier access?
Here is a wiring diagram to help you see what I am looking at.
I think the short will be between the LP PK fuse and the LCM (lamp control module). If there is no b/u lamp fuse, then this is a really small circuit.
Do you want to know how to drop the underhood block or the interior block?
I'llcheck to see if the LCM fuse is ok; other than that, i"ll have to take it to a dealer.
Thanks for your help.
Your welcome. Yeah, electrical shorts can be very hard to track down, also, the LCM could also have an internal short and cause this to happen.
Let me know if there is anything else I can help with.