could be a vacuum line off
An Electrical Short Cut somewhere would cause it to blow the fuse. A pinch wire would ground the system, and cause a shortcut.
thats because your blower went out
Yes it can cause bulbs to blow.
Check for vacuum leak either under the hood or under the dash Check the operation of the vacuum actuators Check the selector switch Defrost is the default setting on this system
You may have a short in the ignition system.
There is a sort somewhere in the starting system
there is a check valve in the oil system that is stuck open over filling the oil tank will cause the dipstick to blow out of oiltank
the radiator cap is a pressure regulating device if it is blocked for some reason the pressure in the cooling system could blow it off
Either you need to pen your vents or there is some vent obstruction.
A short circuit either in your wiring system or electrical panel could cause your fuses to blow. Most likely, it would be caused by a burned out wire which is frayed and touching a piece of metal in your vehicle.
My ac blows only in the defroster and not any of the other vents i have 98 ford windstar 3.8 v6
This is called blow by. Caused by a defective crankcase ventilation system or worn rings.
A blow to the head would cause swelling.
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?
leaky valve seals
They get old and become weak.
An off-shore wind would blow smoke towards the sea.
Check your antifreeze or cooling level this happened to me.
most probable cause would be over heating
the relay switch maybe stickin
Either you have clogged or busted vent pipe or the actuator could be going bad.
You have a bad vacuum reservoir or leaking vacuum line. Vacuum is usedd to control the air duct doors in your system and when you accelerate, the vacuum supply is greatly reduced...causing the duct doors to "default" to the defrost position.
possible grounded or bare wire
A short somewhere could do it.