The correct grammar would be "Why would both of your headlights blow out at the same time".
your headlights will burn out faster and could possibly blow a fuse, but you would go through headlights and a drastically increased rate if you use headlights when they are unneeded.
There is a voltage regulator located on the internals of you alternator replace the altenator. Voltage regulator keeps voltage constant and stops spikes in power output, this is what is causing your headlights to blow.
blow fuse, bad motor, bad switch or wiring
sounds like a short circuit in trailer plug or wires to it?
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.
There is a electrical short somewhere...
Replace the high speed relay.
Your headlights may not dim because you don't have dimmer lights. Dimmer lights can blow and leave you with just the high beams.
Leak in heater core. Replace core.
Fuel pump is locked up. Replace it.
The fuse will blow when the current draw in the circuit that the fuse is protecting is more than the rating of the fuse. It usually indicates a faulty componet in the circuit or grounded wiring.
just replace it and make sure you undo whatever you did to blow it.
replace anti-freeze, replace thermostat
What is the avearage cost to fix a blow headgasket on a 98 lumina
Check the Horn wiring and if this is good then replace the horn.
There is a shorted wire or bulb in that circuit.
You have bad ground in the switch
Bad bulbs Bad dimmer switch Believe it or not, you can blow the filaments for low or high beams only, without affecting the opposite. However since it is highly unlikely that you are going to blow the same filament in both lights at the same time, I would suggest that you check your dimmer switch.
Determine what caused it to blow, fix the fault that caused it to blow, replace the fuse.Sometimes people replace the fuse first, but fuses rarely blow for no reason, and replacing the fuse without rectifying the fault can lead to additional damage.
A wire is shorting to ground.
2 hours if it takes 20 puffs and you have to resurface to get breath for every blow into the ballon,and each dive and resurface takes 20 minutes then it would take 6 hours 40min to blow the balloon up
You need to replace the heater coil !
You cannot because a five amp fuse would blow because the original fuse was seven point five. and a ten amp fuse would not blow quick enough to save or even be safe to use it in whatever you are using it for.