It depends what fuse but yes it is possible. If it is the ignition fuse then yeah your car won't start. If it is the fuse for your horn, yeah the car will still start.
The cruise control is fed by the same fuses as the engine computer. If the car runs, it is not a blown fuse.The cruise control is fed by the same fuses as the engine computer. If the car runs, it is not a blown fuse.
your car wont start!
Sure it will start with a blown head gasket. But, if you continue to run this engine with a blown head gasket you will destroy the engine.
Some vehicles have an engine continuence fuse in one of your fuse boxes. look on the back of the lid to see if your car has one it might be blown. change it if there is one and that might solve your problem
if the lights inside your van dont turn on as well that means your alternator fuse is blown, headlights and taillights will work but the car wont start until you replace the fuse. fuse is located in the engine bay at the front area by the radiator.
the last person to answer this queston is a jerk...it depends on what fuse. there are main engine fuses under the hood that could prevent the car from starting...these are the ones that dont look like fuses you can buy at walmart...they are quite large and high amperage.
Yoer engine will not provide a regular speed you will start smoking and you car will make a weird sound
before starting engine,place car in neutral with car in neutral ,start engine shiftlock should now be bypassed ps:if shiftlock is a problem, check the fuse a blown fuse will cause shiftlock to not work
check to see if the fuse for the fan is blown. it should be under youer car hood
usually not....the engine will start, but will run rough and/or overheat
Yes, it will start. But know that every minute you run the engine you are doing damage.
This is most likely a simple fix. Check the fuse panels inside the car and in the engine compartment for a blown fuse.
Check the following 1) Is your horn working?? 2) Does your cooling fan cluth engage when you start your ingnition?? If your answer to either or Both is 'NO' then check for a blown fuse in your fuse compartment and replace it. Otherwise it might be a mechanical problem, engine might require tuning.
I found out that I had a blown ignition fuse.
You know your car has blown a fuse if whatever the fuse is for suddenly quits working. For example if your radio is playing and for no reason quits it may be a fuse has blown.
Not while it is in the fuse holder. Pull it out and if you cannot look and tell if it is blown or not, test it with an Ohm meter.
Replace blown fuse
Does the car door have a key slot and do you have a key for it or not
Yes, it just depends on which fuse.
If replacing the main fuse does not make the repair, it is likely another fuse is also blown. Sometimes fuses will blow all along a circuit.
Open fuse box, locate correct fuse using the fuse diagram, and replace the blown fuse. www.nationalautoinc.com