are they spining if not fuse, relay or wires to it could be blowing out
it has to do with your radio. i put a aftermarket radio in my 3k and some wires on the harness were exposed and kept grounding them selves out. make sure all your wires are insulated. it could also be the orange wires on the radio harness, they are for illumination i just cut them and wrapped them.
You have a short somewhere in that circuit if the fuse blows soon after replacing it check the condition of the wires in that circuit
check tow hitch wiring for bear wires
wires in the arch of the door probably fried
Must be that you are using the old speaker wiring that is COMMON GROUND wired. Aftermarket Radio will not like that sort of wiring for speakers. You need to run new wires at least to the rear speakers or I would do all 4 just cause the wiring is old.
Shorts are what come to mind. Try to follow your wires and check for cuts or bare wires. Good Luck!
A fuse blows when there is a short in the system check for broken or fraid wires
short in the wiring behind your aftermarket radio
Sounds like a short in the wires somewhere. you will need a diagram & have to trace them.
Fix the fault blowing the fuse.
Yes you can but you are setting yourself up for a big problem. There is a reason the 20 amp fuse is blowing. By installing a bigger fuse it allows the current that is causing the 20 amp fuse to blow to stay in for a longer period of time. This can cause excessive heating and melting of the wires on the circuit that is blowing on a 20 amp fuse. Trace the wire and find the fault. Always use the manufacturer's recommended fuse sizing for your own protection.
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.
It Was EasyYou have a short in your wires or a bad switch that you need to replace. If you have a CD player you may need to make sure no bare wires are showing.
There can be several things that can cause your instrument panel light fuse to blow. The most common reason is crossed wires that have corroded together.
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Which fuse is blowing. You need to be a little more specific so we can help you. the ignition fuse under the hood
A short in any part of the wiring or in the motor itself can cause the fuse to keep blowing. Don't try a bigger fuse you can start a fire that way. follow the wires from the control box to the seat belt motor and the to the fuse box. If there is any damaged wire replase it with the same gauge wire.
If your wiper fuse keeps blowing, there is either a short or a "dry connection" in your wiring, or the earth/ground wire isn't making a good contact, try getting a wiring schematics/ diagram and check your wires for any sign of shorting out or corrosion damage. Never put in a larger fuse as this will cause your wires to burn and can cause insulation on your wires to melt and possibly cause a fire! Mice can also get into your car to nest and they could also chew your cables. this happened to my brother.
not usually!!if fuse is blowing out check for short!!
Yes there is absolutely no problem with grounding two wires to one bolt. Just make sure they both ground wires and one isn't a power wire, you will end up blowing a fuse if you do.
you've got a short. probably best to take it to a garage unless you're experienced at checking and changing wires.
bad ground, check wires to see if they are cut/torn/melted etd.
Obviously, if any fuse keeps blowing there is a serious fault in that circuit.Take it somewhere they can fix it.