Q: Electrical issue w/ my turn signals on 1992 Honda Civic

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I have had an issue that started with my back up lights not working. I checked all the fuses and changed all the bulbs and they still wouldn't work. That issue was a while back. Recently my turn signals stopped working, and that was due to the back up light fuse blowing. Everytime I switch out the fuse it keeps blowing, and now it's blowing my cluster so I gas gauge, temperature, and speedometer don't work. Any suggestions would be appreciated on where to look for the issue. Thanks!
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Unfortunately this sounds like you are going to need to take it in for service. It appears the situation you are having is a bit complicated, and almost impossible to diagnose over the internet. The reason the fuse is blowing is that there is a short to ground on the power circuit before and electrical load, so that would have to be probably the first place to start. I would recommend paying a qualified technician to tackle this problem, it will be well worth the $100 or so dollars in my opinion. Good luck.