Faulty tail lights - causing a short.
i have a 96 dodge avenger 2.5 and it keeps blowing my ignition switch. any idea why?
If it blows when trying to crank, the starter has failed.
there is a short somewhere in dash or heater, you need to fix that to stop fuses blowing
Failed pump, or wiring shorted to ground.
short in the wiring behind your aftermarket radio
dont run it so hard dont run it so hard
Try looking at your tail light socket if it is fried that will blow the fuse
Circuit overloaded, short in wiring, or the fuse you are using is not the OEM correct fuse.
most likely a faulty fuel pump.
its either a dead short or not properly grounded check that out
Fuel pump is defective and needs replacing.
You probably have a short in one of the light assemblies, turn signal lever, or the wiring.
A corroded ground wire will cause a fuse to blow. Until the ground wire is cleaned the problem will persist.
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.
You have a ground wire that isn't grounded causing a shortage therefore blowing the fuse....I would start with the ground wire that is connected directly to the starter itself
you've got a short. probably best to take it to a garage unless you're experienced at checking and changing wires.
Believe it or not, I have had to disconnect the cig lighter in order for the tail lights to work. Sounds far fetched but it does work!
could the pcm fuse be blowing because of a short in the air conditioning switch I have seen the starter be the cause of a blown pcm fuse.
had similar problem ended up being pigtail for my trailer lights had a bad connector and a spot where insulation rubbed off creating a short and blowing that fuse
there is a short somewhere in that circuit, look for broken or frayed wires, you'll have to pull it all apart
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.
If the fuse keeps blowing, there is a short somewhere. Since the dash and tail lights both go through the headlight switch, I would check the wires from the switch connection all the way to the tail lights, and the dash lights. Somewhere, a wire is crushed to ground or something like that. Make sure your switch is property connected and is a good switch! Good luck!
There is a short in the wires in the turn signal circuit. The combination switch in the steering column is a good place to check. Do the hazard lights still flash?