There is a short in the system somewhere. Check all the wiring.
You have a wire shorting somewhere. First place I'd check is where they run from the frame into the door.
If the main headlight fuse keeps blowing out on a 2002 Kia Sportage, check for a short in the wiring. Also check to make sure there is no moisture in the headlight holder.
Check the wiring on the starter. Also check all grounds
You may have a problem in the pump. Take it off and check .
on my 2004 tracker this was caused by a bad relay on the right side inner fender under the hood
Yes that could be the cause. If you keep blowing a fuse, either you have a short, loose connection, too small a fuse, or the circuit is overloaded.
check tow hitch wiring for bear wires
Check or replace the socket
Remove all bulbs and check sockets for damage, frayed or shorted wires Replace bulbs one at a time until fuse blows to determine which fixture problem originates. Could also be a problem in the steering column
if it keeps blowing fuses, look for a bare wire going into the fuse panel or a bad ground wire. There is a direct current all the time to keep blowing the fuse.
its either a dead short or not properly grounded check that out
Check wiring from dash to rear,looking for damage.Have you fitted scuff plates or different fixing screws to these.Also check light switch as it may be your problem
If the flasher relay on a 2001 Dodge Ram 1500 keeps blowing, a person can use a multimeter to find out where the short is in the wires. Start at the flasher plug in and check all of the wiring up to the fuse box in the engine compartment. Also check the wiring in the turn signals.
A fuse that keeps blowing is an indication of a malfunctioning ignition. The ignition may be the culprit or the wiring leading to the ignition may be the problem.
Dodges were famous for this. Check to make sure that you dont have any shorts in the system.
It's because you have a short current somewhere. You need to check the brake light wiring.
2006 Ford Focus rear defroster keeps blowing the fuse immediately after replacement
Did you replace any of the wires to the new pump? They may not be 'heavy' enough for the load of your pump, thus burning fuses. Or alternatively, are you running a pump that requires a higher amp draw? I'd check both the wires and the pump specs.
You have a short. Very common problem with hatch equiped vehicals as the wiring between the hatch and body breaks and shorts.
Check the wiring to see if there is a crossed wire, if that's ok change the fuse to a higher load.
You need to find the cause of the short.