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Fuse is blowing on instrument panel

First all my instrument panel went dead and froze in the place they were. Then I went to drive home (at night) and turned on the lights and the alarm for when you open the door went off and stayed on.The car then died. I replaced the altenator and replaced the fuse for the instrument panel and all was well for 10miles and the fuse blew again. Not too sure where to go now.

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  • scott_gomez Nov 24, 2008

    This is a 95 chev blazer (sorry)

  • scott_gomez Nov 24, 2008

    Wife just called and said it died on her again.

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When a fuse blows something is grounding out in the system you need to find where it is grounding out and replace the wires that are bad, as well as whatever the bad wires messed up. eg.. guages. etc.. I hope this helps you out.

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