akrauss: peter has a very good point. It sounds like the alternator *could* be peaking a little high thus blowing the bulbs. There are several other possibilities if it were just blowing brake light bulbs, but you're having problems with bulbs all over. Have your technician do a bulletin search, if I remember correctly there was a bulletin on diode replacement within the alternator as well as a possible complete replacement. I cannot remember for sure as it has been some time since I've combed those bulletins. This might not be the culprit but it's a place to start (simple charging system test). If it does turn out to be something simple, after the tech diagnoses it then fix it yourself. That might piss him off but it's your money. Don't fret, it shouldn't be too bad.
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