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Indicators keep blowing fuses Hazards ok

Ignition on, indicator Sw off, meter reading 15-20 amps. then indicator Sw on indicators work for a few min then pop. Remove fuse panel can see melted insulation on wire coming from indicator fuse. How do I get the wire out of the fuse board (there are no visable screws) and where dose it go. I asume this wire goes to the indicator Sw and is down to earth?

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  • jsweeney08 Nov 21, 2008

    thanks for trying but it took me so long to work out how to access the answer that i had got somone to look at it for me it was the revers light sw so thats now out of commition but the indicators are working thanks

  • Anonymous Mar 31, 2014

    Ignition Coil Relay fuse keeps blowing. Have replaced it three times. Any ideas on what could be causing it to blow?

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Check the flasher unit, there should be at least two screws holding the fuse box in place, when you get it out you can use a small screw driver to press on the top of the wire connector in the box to remove it from the box.

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THE WIRES ARE NORMALLY PUSH ON LIKE SPEAKER WIRES BUT IF IT IS MELTED THERE IS A SHORT IN THE WIRE SOMEWHERE IT COMES OUT OF FUSE BOX THEN TO RELAY UNIT THEN FROM RELAY TO SWITCH THE RELAY MIGHT BE FAULTY CAUSING WIRES TO HEAT UP RELAYS ARE LOCATED IN FUSE BOX THERE IS ALWAYS MORE THAN ONE SO SWAP FOR ANOTHER RELAY REPLACE FUSE AND TRY LIGHTS AGAIN TO SEE IF THE RELAY IS THE PROBLEM HOPE THIS HELPS GLENN

Posted on Nov 15, 2008

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