i have a 96 dodge avenger 2.5 and it keeps blowing my ignition switch. any idea why?
If it blows when trying to crank, the starter has failed.
A fuse that keeps blowing is an indication of a malfunctioning ignition. The ignition may be the culprit or the wiring leading to the ignition may be the problem.
Disconnect the harness at the fuel pump and replace the fuse. If your fuse doesn't blow after turning the ignition on, you probably have a bad fuel pump, check it for shorts.
the starter has failed.
Failed pump, or wiring shorted to ground.
Faulty tail lights - causing a short.
dont run it so hard dont run it so hard
most likely a faulty fuel pump.
its either a dead short or not properly grounded check that out
The relay could be stuck.
If the flasher relay on a 2001 Dodge Ram 1500 keeps blowing, a person can use a multimeter to find out where the short is in the wires. Start at the flasher plug in and check all of the wiring up to the fuse box in the engine compartment. Also check the wiring in the turn signals.
You probably have a short in one of the light assemblies, turn signal lever, or the wiring.
You have a ground wire that isn't grounded causing a shortage therefore blowing the fuse....I would start with the ground wire that is connected directly to the starter itself
You will need to replace your starter, this happened with my car a couple days ago, I brought it into the shop, got the starter replaced and the fuse does not blow anymore. It happens because the starter draws to many Amps of electricity due to age, amount of use etc.
could the pcm fuse be blowing because of a short in the air conditioning switch I have seen the starter be the cause of a blown pcm fuse.
It keeps sparks out when ignition of the engine
The blower is drawing to many amps. Have it checked. If that's not it. your blower motor is shorted out. Om the motor to the frame.
If the 1990 Chevy Lumina is blowing the DIS 10 Amp fuse when the ignition is on, check to make sure that all wires coming from this fuse are grounded properly. Also check to make sure the starter is wired properly. There could also be a loose wire in the dash near the ignition.
Problem with the starter. Possibly locked up, or shorted out. Remove and test the starter.
my guess would be that the ignition timing is off, but it is really hard to tell without actually looking at it an listening to it.
1995 Audi A6 Number 8 fuse keeps blowing. Fuse runs domelight, reading light, clock, memory seat, memory side mirror, trunk light. Fuse blow with car just sitting in the drive way parked with key out of ignition. Fuse start to repeatly blow all of a sudden.
2006 Ford Focus rear defroster keeps blowing the fuse immediately after replacement
it keeps the firing sequence