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I have a 06 GTO M6. Recently it developed a problem, My turn signal/reverse light fuse blows the moment I take it out of reverse. I looked at all the wiring it seems to be in order, no frays, pinching of the wiring. Could it be the reverse/neutral switch? If so where is it located?
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On the tranny near the shifter.



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