could be that the regulator in the alternate is failing and causing power surges in the electronics and the fuses are blowing to prevent damage to the device and vehicles wiring.
If an oven keeps blowing fuses it points to an electrical problem. This problem could be with the oven itself, it may be something in the house. In either case, you should have the wiring checked out.
there is a short somewhere in dash or heater, you need to fix that to stop fuses blowing
The fuses in a Toyota Corolla 2000 are for various components of the car. For instance, the fuses power the windshield wipers, the radio, the power windows, and the power seats.
Find out why the fuse is blowing. You have a short or the circuit is overloaded.
It could be a faulty wiper Motor or short circuit in wiring related to wipers.
The compressor is coming on because you have the heater set to defrost. Take it off defrost and the compressor will not come on. I would suspect the compressor is locked up.
checkALL of your fuses short could be a problem. i have a 95 blazer, bumps may of screwed up wiring like in mine
There is an electrical short to ground in the fan switch or in the blower motor itself.
The 50 ampere engine fuses is blowing because more than 50 amperes of electricity is passing through it.
If your wipers keep blowing the fuses on your 1998 Nissan Altima, it could be a short or the wrong fuse being used. You may have a short in the wiring or the wiper switch, a bad ground wire, or loose wiring.
No fuses are fuses no difference.Take one of yours out and check for size of fuse with unnamed ones from your local auto shop..
Check the owners manual. I believe both fuse boxes have spare fuses. Yes there are spares. My 2006 Corolla, same generation car has them
check the fuses for the head lights check the fuses for the head lights
It could be either an ATM15 or ATM30 (or both, if the vehicle has two fuses that control the radio/audio).
Locked up compressor, or defective compressor clutch.
If the heater is blowing the fuse when the blower is turned on, I would suspect the blower motor is defective or locked up. If the A/C is blowing a fuse, suspect a bad clutch, or locked up compressor.
The alarm is built into the body computer and can not be removed. If you are blowing fuses, you have an short to ground or a current overload.
It could be caused by a bad ground or severed wire somewhere.
In a 1993 Corolla the fuses for the taillights are up under the dashboard. Left of the steering wheel. Behind the fold down coin holder, and a REAL pain to get to. One of the very few things I don't like about my Corolla, accessibility of that fuse box
Fuel pump is defective and needs replacing.
There is a short somewhere.
Are you blowing fuses or are the bulbs blowing? Blowing fuses would be a sign of any wires or metal contacts in your brake circuit grounding out or shorting on themselves. You'll have to check all of the wiring in your brake light/switch circuit to be sure.
there is three fuses that have screws on the bottom side that have to be removed and then the fuses will come right out. disconnect batter before attempting!