It could be the horn relay which is typically located in the fuse box. It could also possibly be a defective horn switch which can be checked at the proper relay pin location. You will need a service manual for the proper pin location. The wiring could be bad. Or it could just be the horn itself.
Probably the wrong voltage
another name could be "dual-element fuse" as these are the slow-blow type.
The difference between MDL fuses and ADL fuses are that MDL fuses are a slow blow fuse with a long time lag. ADL fuses on the other hand, are normal blow fuses with a medium time lag.
If it doesn't blow hot it maybe that there no water in the radiator. if it just doesn't blow at all check the fuses under drivers side dash. Heater is usually marked as HTR.
possible grounded or bare wire
Well if you were on Saturn you would blow away, the winds are so strong. And you couldn't stand on Saturn either, its not solid its gas. So technically you would never bring anything to Saturn because you could never be on Saturn.
there should be a diagram on the back of the plastic panel you had to remove to look at the fuses.
because there is a short somewhere
A short circuit either in your wiring system or electrical panel could cause your fuses to blow. Most likely, it would be caused by a burned out wire which is frayed and touching a piece of metal in your vehicle.
No, Saturn is a gas planet, you would just keep on falling and never reach the ground. you would eventualy blow up because of the pressure.
A short to ground causes all fuses to blow. If you have a trailer connecter then start there first.
A: FUSES are very good for short circuit protection. On the other hand a short over current may not make the fuse to blow since it requires heat caused by the current to blow. There are fuses that are meant to blow fast and some fuses are designed to blow slow depending on the circuit requirement
you might need to refill the freeon
Check your fuses, it might be shot
Fuses blow when there is a short circuit or an over current condition.
Fuses usually blow because something powered by them draws too much power. -The solution is to fix the fault, NOT to fit a bigger fuse as I have seen some people do.
The positive wire going to the EGR could be touching ground.
I'm not sure I understand your question. I can't tell if you have one or two different fuses "blowing." The only thing which causes fuses to "blow" is a short circuit condition in the circuit which the fuse protects. IF you have two different circuits blowing fuses, then you have at least two short circuit faults. j3h
No, the fast blow fuse will blow the instant that the TV is turned on.Slow blow fuses are designed to tolerate short duration inrush current surges of several times their rating and not blow.Fast blow fuses are designed to blow as soon as the current exceeds their rating.TV's (and many other electronic devices) have a very high but short duration inrush current surges as they charge up their electrolytic filter capacitors when first turned on. They require slow blow fuses because of this inrush current spike.
Some fuses have a short life span most fuses you will have too replace once or twice i would just say has worn out and just needs replacing.
Fuses only need to be changed when they blow. They are not a wear item.
It is possible that both of the fuses are bad for the low beam headlights and the cruise control. A loose ground wire could cause the fuses to blow.
It seems you have an electrical short somewhere.
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