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Why would the power door and seat fuse in the 2000 ford explorer blow every time it is replaced?


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2007-07-12 13:28:17
2007-07-12 13:28:17

There is a strong possibility that SOMETHING is connected wrong or shorted to ground. If I remember right there is a harness under the seat that gets chaffed, and causes the short. Not to say this is the case for sure. But a spot to check.


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