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Why is the ignition fuse 30A keeps blowing on a 1995 Dodge Avenger?

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2006-07-22 20:12:34
2006-07-22 20:12:34

When a fuse blows there is a current draw caused by a short circut. I would check all my wires to and from the starter. More than likely there is a worn wire which is touching something metal and creating the ground.

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