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Truck keeps blowing fuse #24 - 1990 Chevrolet Suburban

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  • deeboe1 Jan 23, 2009

    fuse 24 is a maxi 30 amp fuse my trunk cranks but has no fire trying to locate the engine fuse module which seems to be the only other fuse on that circuit before it goes in to the engine controls any feed back would be greatly appreciated

  • donnab71 May 11, 2010

    blowing fuse when turn left

  • donnab71 May 11, 2010

    turn left and truck stops running

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Without knowing what fuse 24 goes to, what stops working when it blows?? Try everything. Headlights, 4-way flasher, anything you can think of while some one watches the lights fans etc. Once you know what is blowing the fuse, you can come back and ask a better question. Good Luck.

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