I think there could be two main causes for this. I'm guessing you are referring the 100 amp fusible link...looks like a regular fuse, only larger? Age is one cause. Also, you could have a short somewhere in your electrical system. Did you use jumper cables lately? If those are reversed while jumping someone else off, you can blow out that fusible link.
A sentence with the word 'blew' could be 'I watched as the kite blew in the wind.'
The boy blew out the candle.
no,unless he did something wrong!
You blew it means you failed.
Could be any number of problems. Check the Accessory fuse(maybe cigarette light fuse). If blown replace it, if it blows immediately or soon after find out why it blew.
My 1997 Honda Civic lasted for 185,000 miles and 12 years before the head gasket blew and the radiator broke. It could have been made road worthy for about $1600, but it made more sense to put a down payment on a new car.
The wind blew down that old tree. He blew out the candles on the cake.
No, blew is the past tense of the verb to blow. He blew out the candles.
Blew is correct.
Blue is Answer For Blew.
"BLEW" AS IN THE SONG "RUNAWAY TRAIN CAME DOWN THE TRACK AND SHE BLEW" pre-dates any breathalyzer connection. Surely, it means the (train) boiler blew...
Awnswer : blew it mean ruining . grammar example ; i really blew it !!!
A homophone for blew is Blue.
If your asking if blew rhymes with too your right. Blew and too rhyme.
The cast of As He Blew He Blew - 1915 includes: Harry La Pearl as Homeless Harry
you blew your engine dude... that sucks sorry
No, blew is a past tense verb.
One Foot in the Grave - 1990 The Man Who Blew Away 5-1 is rated/received certificates of: UK:PG (video rating) (1997)
Need to know what system blew.
the homophone for blew is ...blue like the color
"She blew her stack" IS an idiom.
No, "blew his top" is considered an idiom.
Frank Blew was born in 1902.
Frank Blew died in 1968.
Horace Blew died in 1957.