5151 mm wrote:Thanks for your response.
That means my Y/BK wire touches ground somewhere between fuse panel and splice. ..
No, it can be grounded anywhere on that circuit. A good and cheap way to at least try to find where the short is, connect a 12v test light between where the fuse goes, then turn on the key. The lamp should light. With the light/key on, start moving wires/connectors and observe the lamp, if it flickers/dims or goes out, you have found the area in the circuit where the short is...
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