Where are you picking up your power? if it is an power port check your plug for that dst, if it powers off of the data link plug then your dst is causing too much resistance through the plug , also check the twisted pair of wires to make sure they are not touching any thing that would cause this problem when pluged into by your dst,
perhaps the fuse was inserted backwards. some cars will blow fuses if the fuse is intalled this way because in these fuses electrical flow only goes one way.
list of fuses for 1989 bronco 2
Find out why the fuse is blowing. You have a short or the circuit is overloaded.
you probally have a bad wire that is shorting out and blowing your fuses.
Short in the wiring is the most likely cause.
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 fuses keep blowing on your Honda, you likely have a short somewhere. You can get a multimeter and a copy of the wiring diagram so you can track down the short, or you can have a mechanic do it. If you've recently installed anything new such as a radio or a gauge or switch, that would be where you want to start.
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.
sounds like just a blown fuse. get you owners manaual out and find the listings for the fuses.
Answer: Depends if its a VW or a Ford. Vehicle undercarriages can be washed. External components are covered to keep mud and moisture away from electrical connections and wiring. The fuses are also covered from outside elements.
Which fuse ... please be more specific. There are lots of fuses that can cause this.
A short somewhere in the wiring, an incorrectly installed bulb, damaged horn ring assembly, etc.
short in the wiring behind your aftermarket radio
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.
An overload of electricity. Fuses are intended to be the weak link in case of an overload so they can be easily replaced. Otherwise the break would occur elsewhere and be more difficult to fix, and may even cause a fire. Fuses serve one purpose and one purpose only. They are there to protect the wiring from overload. An overload without the fuse blowing will cause a fire.
There is a short somewhere.
there is a short somewhere in dash or heater, you need to fix that to stop fuses blowing
I'm not sure I understand your question. I can't tell if you have one or two different fuses "blowing." The only thing which causes fuses to "blow" is a short circuit condition in the circuit which the fuse protects. IF you have two different circuits blowing fuses, then you have at least two short circuit faults. j3h
Likely the blower motor is bad, causing increased current and blowing the fuse. Replace the blower motor.
Its right under the driveside of the dash.. near the fuses
You have a bare wire that keeps shorting out & blowing the fuse, I had the same problem. The wire is the one that runs from the fuse to the fuel pump. The casing has melted away and now the wires are touching.
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.
Check fuses and turn signal flasher