I ANSWERED MY OWN QUESTION!!!! AFTER 3 TRIPS TO THE GARAGE, IT WAS FOUND THAT THE WIRES BETWEEN THE REVERSE LIGHTS WERE BEING PINCHED BY A KINK IN THE LOOM WHERE IT PASSED THROUGH THE BULKHEAD. THIS WAS A PROBLEM CAUSED IN MANUFACTURE - HOPE THIS MAY HELP OTHERS!! P.S - AS THE REVERSE LIGHT AND INDICATORS WERE ON THE SAME CIRCUIT, THIS WAS CAUSING THE INDICATORS TO FUSE, POST-REVERSING!! get a job
There is a short somewhere.
Find out why the fuse is blowing. You have a short or the circuit is overloaded.
Answer: Depends if its a VW or a Ford. Vehicle undercarriages can be washed. External components are covered to keep mud and moisture away from electrical connections and wiring. The fuses are also covered from outside elements.
perhaps the fuse was inserted backwards. some cars will blow fuses if the fuse is intalled this way because in these fuses electrical flow only goes one way.
There is an electrical short to ground in the fan switch or in the blower motor itself.
The fuses are there to provide protection from the amperage, since ur fuses are blowing you probably have a short in the wire. I would say replacing the wire, unless ur able to find where the the copper is exposed and tape that up.
could be that the regulator in the alternate is failing and causing power surges in the electronics and the fuses are blowing to prevent damage to the device and vehicles wiring.
If fuses keep blowing on your Honda, you likely have a short somewhere. You can get a multimeter and a copy of the wiring diagram so you can track down the short, or you can have a mechanic do it. If you've recently installed anything new such as a radio or a gauge or switch, that would be where you want to start.
for fuse to keep blowing, there is a short in the eletrical system somewhere. check the a/c switch and the a/c clutch
A short to ground in the positive side of the headlight circuit. Most likely by a failed headlight switch. Ford is notorious for faulty healdight switches.
Are you blowing fuses or are the bulbs blowing? Blowing fuses would be a sign of any wires or metal contacts in your brake circuit grounding out or shorting on themselves. You'll have to check all of the wiring in your brake light/switch circuit to be sure.
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