How can my signal lights stop blowing fuses the left turn signal does not blow fuses the right side and hazard flashers blow fuses everytime bulbs relay underhood electrical plug ins to bulbs test o.k?
Check the wiring for damage or grounding problems and thoroughly examine the trailer plug if you have one. If you can't find any problems there, check the turn signal switch.
The 2001 Accord has 3 fuse boxes. The interior boxes are located on the driver's and pasenger side of the dashboard. The underhood box is on the right(passenger) firewall. The fuse you want is a 20A located in the #5 position in the underhood box. There are spare fuses located in the #9 and 10 position that you can substitue. All the covers are labeled(the one you want is labeled "Stop". Use a good light…
Why does the turn signal fuse on a 1996 Chevy S-10 blazer keep blowing but the emergency flashers work fine?
Because the turn signals are a completely separate curcuit from the emergency 4 way lights. The turn signal wiring has a short that causes the fuse to blow out. In order to find that short, you need a technician that specialises in electrical wiring repairs, because you could spend days trying to find it and fail. It will cost some money but less than the value of the truck, or a traffic ticket for "no…
Blowing wind has kinetic energy. This can be transformed into electrical energy using a turbine to transform the wind into rotational kinetic energy and a generator or alternator to convert the rotational kinetic energy to electrical energy. Water above a dam has potential energy from gravity and also from the weight of the water around it. Once it is moving or flowing down through the pipes it then has kinetic energy.
What is wrong with your 1991 Honda Accord LX that is blowing oil from exhaust and smells like burnt oil?
If it's blowing immediately when you turn the key on, there is an electrical short in the system and you are going to need to trace it down. If it blows after several minutes or hours after turning the key on, it appears that your pump is overworking, causing the fuse to get hot and blow. Replace the pump to repair the problem.
Flasher relay in 2001 dodge ram 1500 keeps blowing how do you find out where the electrical problem is?
Depends, Is it blowing air at all? If not then could be the fan, fan motor, or an electrical problem possibly with the heater controls. If it is just blowing cold then your going to want to check the heater coil, on that truck I believe it is on the passenger side under dash/floorboard. you may smell anti-freeze if so the heater coil is the problem.