Aux Power Outlet fuses can blow due to a system short (not likely), a metalic object getting into the outlet and shorting the terminals together (which is why most manufactures provide a tethered cap) or a device being used which exceeds the Amp rating of the fuse (typically 20A). Such devices include power inverters that convert 12v DC to 115V AC typically used in conjunction with an entertainment appliance such as a game boy or other device.
If the power outlet stops working, the fuse has blown. It is very easy to replace.
Check your manual to find out where the fuse is located. Most likely it will be in the dashboard fuse center or the under hood fuse center both of which are easy to locate and open.
Find the fuse for the Aux Power Outlet, pull it out and replace with the same size fuse. Most manufactures include spares which your manual should identify for you. If not, you can get them at an auto parts store or automotive section of bigger retail outlets like target, Meier, kmart, etc...
Pop in the new fuse, replace the fuse box cover and you should be good to go!
If you don't have a manual, located the fuse box(s) and look at the label under the cover. It will map and describe each of the fuses in the fuse box. Find and replace that way. Worst case pull each fuse one by one looking for the blown fuse and replace that one.
The fuse is typically located in an easily accessible fuse center under hood or oureasy to replace. and since it was probably your fault, don't take it to a dealership.
not usually!!if fuse is blowing out check for short!!
Find out why the fuse is blowing. You have a short or the circuit is overloaded.
Defective PW motor, short in the wiring or the switch.
It is very common for the starter to be the cause of that fuse blowing.
Obviously, if any fuse keeps blowing there is a serious fault in that circuit.Take it somewhere they can fix it.
If the 2003 Spectra keeps blowing a meter fuse when plugged in, the power source is probably not big enough to handle the voltage. An electrician will be able to rewire the meter fuse box so that the auto will no longer blow fuses.
They may have a short in the system, you can try putting a higher gage fuse in.
Wrong amp of fuse
overheating or drawing too much power
Check to make sure that your power wire on the radio is not grounding to the body of the radio. this will cause a short and thus blow the fuse.
the am1 fuse feeds the Ignition1 circuit. Which includes the power feed to the fuel system and engine igntion system. If the AM1 fuse is blowing but the IGN fuse isnt, It is a short between the IGN fuse and the Am1 fuse which includes the ignition switch. To fix you have to trace through the circuit to every connection, disconnecting out feeds and testing as you go to see where the power feed gains continuity with the ground. Then you found the short which is blowing the AM1 fuse. Fix the problem you found and then your good to go.
for fuse to keep blowing, there is a short in the eletrical system somewhere. check the a/c switch and the a/c clutch
The fuel pump is shorting out and that is why the ecm fuse is blowing .Disconnect the the fuel pump and try it again,if the fuse blow's again then it is not the fuel pump.
There is a short somewhere.
The fuse is blowing because the circuit is overloaded, there is a short in the wiring, or the fuse is too small. Be sure you use exactly the size fuse that was installed at the factory. A larger fuse may not blow but it also may cause a fire.
Short in the wiring or the starter is defective.
Short some where.
You have a problem with the electrical circuit.
A over current condition in that circuit.
The starter has failed.
Short in the wiring.
"Why does my 1996 Mazda MPV EGI fuse keep blowing I previously had some lighting problems after launching a boat?"
There are various reasons why your fuse keeps blowing in your Yukon XL. In most case, it is as a result of overloading and it blows to protect other parts of your Yukon.