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dont bypass the melter ares, replace them. Sometimes Ford uses multiple wires to run ground and leads from other 12v sources. Its like tapping into 1 12v source going to the rear of the car instead of running 14 for each different thing back there. Make sure your grounds are grounded and you may have some inline fuses along the way but Im not sure where they would be on your 94. Tear out all the lining in the trunk area and start searching everything, if this problem persists you can make a jumper, but I do not recommend this unless you are in a last ditch effort to get the thing working.
 

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making a jumper wire is not safe, and could cause electrical fires so Im not condoning this. But all you do is take a peice of high temp wire and find the fuse that is blowing and insert the wire where the fuse used to go, thus completing the circuit, for good no matter what the amperage. If there is to much currant then some electrical may and could melt. Hence the not safe, and I don't recommend this.
 

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have you tried disconnecting the lights and then hitting the pedal? see if that is blowing the fuse, if it is still blowing the fuse keep going further up the wire and disconnect elsewhere and try again.
 
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