If there is something already on this and I overlooked it somewhere please let me know. There is a short in the column somewhere, I have gone over all the wires with a tester and the voltage tests out fine and everything in the column seems to be just fine. Using the blinkers/ hazard lamps doesn't bother anything, but every time I hit the brakes it blows the fuse out. Occasionally the brake lights will work (generally just the right side), both bulbs are good and there is voltage to the lights and the blinkers are working. I was fiddling around with the oil pressure sensor wire and when I moved the wiring going across the top of the motor it shorted out and blew the brake/ hazard fuse. I have been trying to resolve this issue for quite some time and I am having trouble tracing it and in particular for what wires are what on this damn thing. Wiring diagrams do little for me as I don't really get them. If I could get a list of the wire colors and their specific functions (not a diagram, just a list) and some advice on this issue I think I could get it resolved. I would prefer to re-wire parts of the harness myself over purchasing a new harness for the truck. Its a March, 1989 Eddie Bower Edition Bronco.