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Fuse problems
#1
The lights in the instrument panel of my '98 Berlingo stopped working. (Instruments Works fine - but no light!)
Turned out to be the fuse. Replace the fuse, and it blows. ????
Anyone?
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#2
Try taking all the bulbs out and see if it blows, if it doesn't, then add bulbs 1 at a time and see if you can narrow it down to 1 bulb.
If fuse blows with all the bulbs out, try disconnecting the wiring plugs from the back. If it still blows, you most likely have a wiring fault, if it doesn't then plug the connecters back in. If it blows while you are doing this, the the binnacle has a fault.

I take it you've tested the other items covered by the fuse?
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#3
I tried to Connect another instrument panel, and the same happened, so not bulbs.
I don't think there is anything else covered by this fuse. Everything else seems to work fine...
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#4
Sounds like a dead short to earth on the wiring loom.

See if you can follow the wires from the fuseboard and see any chafing or exposed cabling.
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#5
You sure the Radio isn't on the circuit?
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