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1995 tahoe 4x4 fuse just started blowing last night?

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    1995 chev z71 4x4 25amp fuse blows every time i place in 4 wheel drive.

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Its most likley the switch causing the fuse to blow, but you should start by disconnecting the front axle switch first and see if the fuse blows, if it doesnt blow, that switch is bad, if it still blows, plug it back in and disconnect the front axle acuator and see if it blows, if it doesnt blow, replace the acuator, if it still blows, then do the same with the relay, if it still blows, the short lies in the transfer case switch.

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