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For Ignition. Your car will not start if this fuse blows, generally if there is a short.
Not enough information. WHICH fuse blows out???
Sounds like it could be the ECM fuse. You need to have someone check it for a short.
You have a short.
Very likely the starter is bad.
The central locking fuse on a Chrysler Grand Voyager is in the fuse box under the bonnet, but strangely enough it's labelled 'fuel heater'. Mine regularly blows!
A fuse blows when there is a short circuit or an overload in the circuit.
So that the live wire is isolated when the fuse blows. If a fuse was placed in the neutral, the equipment would still be live when the fuse blows.
96 ford contour blows fuse link in reverse
It's usually not the fuse, but a melted connector. This is a common fail on the GC. Check wjjeeps.com for an explanation of the problem and how to fix it. For some reason, the connector melts before the fuse blows.
When a fuse blows, it essentialy breaks the circuit. So the current can no longer flow, this is used as a safety measure.
12.5 hp Briggs And Stratton blows fuse when u crank it
A fuse blows when the current draw of the circuit is greater than the capacity of the fuse.
You have a short somewhere in that circuit. It is going to take some detective work to locate the cause. Start with identifying which circuit the blown fuse protects.
If it blows while driving, I would replace the fuel pump. If it blows when trying to start, I would replace the starter.
When a fuse blows, you should replace the fuse and check to see what might have caused it to blow. It's a sign that there might be something causing too much current to flow in the circuit.
One of your sensors such as an 02 sensor has a naked wire that is grounding out blowing fuses
WHY MY ECU 15AMP FUSE BLOWS EVERYTIME I START MY 97 ACURA INTEGRA
coil wires are crossed, you are sending juice to the negative lead when you hit your key
in the fuse panel next to the passenger door pull out fuse 6 and 7 By pulling fuse 6 the vehicle will not start.
control fuse blows when you plug thermostat to base controlling a gas pack unit
i had the same problem in my 96 jeep Cherokee check to see if your auxilary fan is shot if you are undable to tell just simply unplug the fan and give it a shot this solved my problem
your fuse is blown. car manufacturerers make the dash lights go off when the tail light fuse blows so you know it is blown.
Disconnect blower motor. Start car, then check fuse. If OK, most likely shorted blower motor needing replacement.