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Indicator fuse blow Mitsubishi L300 wagon

Fuse blowing on Mitsubishi L300 2.4l motor, manual gearbox. Fuse 15, indicators, fuel guage, tacho. Found to be short in reversing light switch in gearbox. Initial disconnect of switch stopped fuse blowing, renew switch restored reverse lights

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starwagon blows fuse 15


Sounds like a minor short somewhere.... firstly check around near the Alternator for any possible wires in the wrong place..... but I doubt if you will see anything wrong.... This COULD be an Auto Elec job.... but check first just in case it is a loose wire or something

May 08, 2014 | 1999 Mitsubishi Galant

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truck runs ,couple seconds ,blows 20 amp ecbm 2 fuse ,,3 back to back .replaced fuel filter, plugs and wires start right up but keeps killing .had battery tested and charged ?


must have a short probably in steering column dad had blazer in shop doing same thing we found short in ignition switch

Sep 23, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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door ajar light is on when all doors are shut, fuel guage reads empty and dummy light is on saying get gas, all lights in the rear do not work i.e. brake, running, reverse, blinker, hazards. 15 amp fuse in panel continues to blow, so something is grounded/shorted. All problems occurred simultaneously. also, car won't shift out of park when started, have to start in neutral and then shift into gear to drive it.


your stop light switch is broken and shorting out hence it will not start in park ,or you have a fitted the wrong bulb in one of the back lights like a twin connector bulb in place of a single or visa versa ,which is blowing the stop light fuse ,with this fuse blown your stop light switch isnt working hence you cannot get it out of park .also flasher could be using the same fuse as the stop lights .side lights should work but if wiring is being shorted out then anything is possible

Jun 27, 2010 | Ford Windstar Cars & Trucks

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Reverse light short


if im not mistaken, under the car on the tranny you should find the switch, youll have to consult a manual for the exact location. it should be on the drivers side, look for a bump with wires coming out of it. i was haveing the same problem with my 1985 trooper. i found that the switch was partially unplugged and causing a short, thus blowing the fuse. follow the wires until you find a connection. see if it is unplugged. if not, then check the cotinuity of the switch with a multitester. it may be a bad switch

Jan 15, 2009 | 1990 Isuzu Trooper

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