What would cause your fuse to blow when you turn on your lights on your 1993 mazda 323 the fuse to the tail lights on dash lights blow?
An Electrical Short Cut somewhere would cause it to blow the fuse. A pinch wire would ground the system, and cause a shortcut.
i just changed my fuel pump and it has not blown the fuse so i would say that it can cause the fuse to blow
the relay switch maybe stickin
Not necessarily. It can blow because the circuit was overloaded and pulling too much current. That would cause the fuse to overheat and blow.
A short somewhere could do it.
There is a dead short to ground in the circuit.
There is probably a short in the wiring.
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What Causes Any Fuse to "Blow?"The cause is what fuses were invented and are used for:to detect and protect against SHORT CIRCUIT conditions, and /or CIRCUIT OVERLOAD conditions.
The starter is failing.
Circuit overloaded or short in the wiring.
Short to ground or overloaded circuit
You may have a short in the ignition system.
You have bad ground in the switch
There is a sort somewhere in the starting system
Power surge. Replace the fuse and it should be OK.
Door locks are protected by circuit breakers. A surge of power to a fuse would cause it to blow. They are located in the fuse panel.
Short in the wiring or the radio itself.
blow fuse, bad motor, bad switch or wiring
Fuel pump is locked up. Replace it.
Have the alterntor and voltage regulator checked.
A wire is shorting to ground.
Short in the wiring or overloaded circuit.
If the instrument gauge fuse blows on your 1997 Suburban, you might have an issue with the wiring. An exposed or grounded wire can cause the fuse to blow each time the panel is engaged.