A radio fuse might keep blowing if the radio itself needs an inline fuse in a 1997 Crown Victoria. It is possible that the radio and interior lights are not grounded properly. Installing an inline fuse between the radio and the fuse box may solve the problem of the fuse blowing.
horn/dv on my van. I'm having problems with a fuse blowing for my inside lights. horn/dv on my van. I'm having problems with a fuse blowing for my inside lights. horn/dv on my van. I'm having problems with a fuse blowing for my inside lights.
Same fuse as the tail light circuit.
It shouldn't have, or need, its own fuse. It should share a fuse with the marker lights <sometimes referred to as 'Park(ing) lights'>.
Circuit overloaded, short in wiring, or the fuse you are using is not the OEM correct fuse.
Short in the circuit, the circuit is overloaded, or you are installing too small a fuse.
tail light/marker light fuse see if your tail lights are working if they are you have problem in cluster most likely.
THEY MAY ALL BE ON THE SAME FUSE, CHECK THE FUSE BOX FOR A BLOWN FUSE
It's probably your brake lights, not your brakes.
Chances are there is a short somewhere in the wiring
Try looking at your tail light socket if it is fried that will blow the fuse
The license plate lights are not in a separate fuce by it seft. They are the same as your side marker lights. So, check if your side marker lights are working and if they are them is a bad license plate light bulb.
To locate the dash lights fuse on a 1999 Honda Accord to find out if it is causing the dash lights do not work when you have the parking lights on after installing an after-market radio, check the owner's manual. You can also find a fuse diagram at most auto part stores.
Check the park lamp fuse.
You probably have a short in the wiring somewhere.
In the 1988 Nissan the alternator, instrument panel, and backup lights shared a fuse. Before changing a fuse see if the backup lights work (have someone watch when you are in reverse). If the neutral start/backup light switch is broken internally, it can be blowing the fuse when you put the car in reverse.
Short or incorrect size fuse. Make sure you are installing the correct fuse. If so, look for a short in the wiring.
A pinched or crossed wire for a 91 Chevy crew cab plow could cause the lights and radio to not work. They could also be separate problems. Start but checking the marker lights fuse, then recheck all of the snowplow wiring.
Yes that could be the cause. If you keep blowing a fuse, either you have a short, loose connection, too small a fuse, or the circuit is overloaded.
Possibilities:Wrong bulb installed in one of the lightsDamaged wiringIncorrect fuseDamaged switch
I suspect the switch is bad.
A corroded ground wire will cause a fuse to blow. Until the ground wire is cleaned the problem will persist.
The brakelight switch, wiring, bulb holder(s) or bulb is shorting out.
A short in the wiring.
short circuit on trailer light wiring