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EBL 50 amp circuit

My battery was dead. I isolated the problem into the EBL 50 A circuit. Ipulled the fuse and everyting is fine, except of course my power seat which is on the same circuit. Is there something that is common to cause this short? And does EBL stand for there is nothing in the manual? Thanks.

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stands for electric back light....its the rear window defogger and the heated power mirrors...they all run off of the 50amp #4 fuse

Posted on Nov 15, 2008

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SOURCE: I have a blown 50amp EBL fuse in the fuse block

the only 50A fuse I see in my schematic is for the rear window defogger relay



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Testimonial: "Thanks! I will keep an eye on it when using the rear window defogger. "

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