check your PCV Valve
Because it's broken.
most likely timing is off or a bad valve
YEP OF COURSE JUST MAKE SURE YOU MOVE WHEN IT BLOWS UP.gd
The motor which blows air through the vents.
I have vintage headlights converted to h4 halogen bulbs, my 30 amp fuse blows when i hit high beam, i was told to install a relay, hoe do i do this??
It's a short circuit in the wiring. You'll have to get a multimeter or test light and go over the whole wire for the headlights and check for continuity . If there's a current through it all is what youre checking. Hope it helps .
Short in the wiring.
There's duct work in or under the dash. Check to see if some of this duct work came apart.
Load is too large for the circuit, or there is a short in the wire you are hooking up.
Because something is wrong with it. When it is off it does`nt blow anything, that `s why you only notice it when it is on.
the 4 wheel drive shift position sensor is shorted out
check the coolant level first, low coolant will cause no heat, always check all fuses just in case
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There should be a coin box thing beneath the drivers side where the A/C blows. Its behind that. -Lj702
Hard to say exactly but most of the time when a fuse blows it is cased by a short to ground...this is where a power wire comes into contact with a ground such as the vehicles body or frame...I would check for damaged wires going to the transfer case actuator motor if the vehicle is equipped with one.
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When it is first turned on it blows cold air. Give it 2 minutes it wll heat up to regular temperature.
The awnser is in the question, yes, your headlights grounded, yes, there power comes from a fuse link. when you start a car energy flows from the battery to start seleniod and at least 2-3 fuse links are there one for electronics and one for lights if one blows plan on spending 100$ to fix it at a shop
No. "Sharp" is an adjective describing "blows," which is a noun. Together as "sharp blows" they comprise a noun phrase consisting of the noun "blows" and its adjectival premodifier "sharp."
You have a short in one of your fuel injector wires. Check the wires from your fuel injectors for burns or cuts, look for bare wires grounding out on medal.
Wiring for power in buildings is in parallel. If it was in series every time a light or power switch was turned off, the entire building would be turned off. This can be seen with Christmas tree lights when one bulb blows every bulb goes out.
The physical weathering agents are basically the water and wind. But the rocks decay mostly because of wind. Wind blows continuously for ages and the rocks that stand in the way get decayed in the long run.
Because both the bulbs are blown? Most drivers only drive around in towns, which have street lighting. As a result, when one bulb blows it is not noticed by the driver. Only when the second bulb blows does it become noticeable. Plus, personal experience shows that some drivers check the wrong bulb, as from 2001 Corsa's have 3 bulbs in each headlamp.