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blowing fuses and light problems

I have a 2010 R/T and my parklights have just started cutting off by themselves while driving. as long as im sitting at idle they stay on and if im going 60-65 but as soon as engine speed slows down they cut off. Also my dashboard lights just come on: ABS, traction control, and traction assist. Car runs different when all of this is going on also. And my auxiliary plug (cigarette lighter) fuse keeps blowing. I have an upgraded stereo system as well as Oracle LED's, LED wheel well lights, and LED lights under hood, inside car, and in the trunk because it's a showcar. Do you think that i need a High Output Alternator from all the components that im running or is it something else?? Any help would be Greatly Apperciated!!!!
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