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I bypassed the thermal fuse a few months ago when this happened and it worked fine up until 2 days ago..any other ideas?
The thermal fuse blew for a reason and by bypassing it you most likely damaged the dryer even if it did work temporarily.
Posted on Nov 03, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Electrical problems
I have, when I first bought my 02 Liberty. It ended up being a faulty ECU. ECU is the computer brain that controls the whole car. I had it replace and it never happened again.
Posted on Oct 15, 2008
what codes were there stored????? do you remeber???? autozone only gives you the basics on the codes i can get in depth on these
Posted on Oct 22, 2008
Faulty product. I install cruise control for 6 years. One of the cables are hooked into the throttle and the other in the vaccuum actuator, since it is electronically controlled actuator, the object itself might be losing it's contents or frankly worded, is taking a nose dive. works much like a brake booster does.
Is it a PID system? (Proportional integral derivative system)
or is it just standard proportional?
That will play a factor.
If you just have one of those cheesy controls (cruise controls), than replace it, obviously it wouldnt of cost much. if it is not, check the actuator and replace it! Replace the Fuse, brush it with wire brush, clean up all connections.
You should be ready to roll!
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
180 milli-amps is way to much draw,ford's limit is 50 milli-amps but typically we usually only see around 20-30. Now when you say fuse 2 is that in the under-hood fuse panel or the interior fuse panel? And if this vehicle is a 2007 it may still be under factory warranty which was 36 months or 36000 miles providing that the add on automatic starter is not causing your draw.Which in that case the people who installed it should be responsible for that.
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
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