1989 Ford Thunderbird Electrical Short

I own a 1989 Ford Thunderbird. There is an electrical short somewhere in the car. No one can find it. Does anyone have any ideas how to fix this issue.
Thank you
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Do you mean a short circuit or an open circuit? A short circuit would give an indication by which fuse or circuit breaker trips. An open circuit would be indicated by what electrical device fails to operate. You need to give more details to get help.
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Earl F. Parrish



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Wow, not sure what to do with all that info.............
Which fuse pops, what stops working and most important ,what are you doing at that time
Are you sure your not a service writer :-)
Johan

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LMFAO!!!
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