Hi, I have a 87 GT convertible i'm putting together and i have a strange electrical problem. Hopefully somebody has ran into this before and has the answer because i'm kinda ripping my hair out at this point. OK to start it is the green wire with the yellow stripe that is in fuse circuit #8. It started out with the #8 fuse blowing all the time so i tried bigger fuses until i found one that would work. Ths circuit is the one that powers the Dimmer Switch, Radio, Glove box light, power mirror switch, courtesy lights, trunk light and so on. When i finally got a fuse to work i noticed that the courtesy lights would stay on no matter what, so i started looking at that. I pulled the dimmer switch, everything looked fine. The trunk light is not connected. I looked at the radio, fine. I started unplugging everything on that circuit and to see if it would stop popping the fuse, no luck. It sat there for hours with the radio on and was fine. I met a kid that had a fox (came to a party at my house) he wanted to see my car. I was showing it to him and he wanted to hear the system so i hooked up the jumper box and bam! Smoke started pouring out from under the dash on the passengers side. I unplugged it quickly. The next day i started to investigate it figuring the smoke was the problem for sure. It turns out, the green wire with the yellow stripe was fried all around the glove box area. I figured i'd be able to find it easily now because whatever caused it had to be the hottest spot so the wire would be most burned there. Still Nothing besides a fried wire. It is all burned around the glovebox area down to where the plug is at the kick panel. The whole rest of the circuit that runs down the left side of the car is fine including the dimmer switch. Any input would be great! Thanks, Brian. I also have the headlight harness off the car because the rest of the nose is off, IDK if thats any help.