Re: igniton fuse continuously blows on my 1995-96 dodge...
Do you have an aftermarket stereo installed? Well, try this. Remove the ground cable from the battery. Install a new fuse. if it continues, Remove the center console. and check the reverse wire connected to the shifter. It did the same thing to me and all it was, was that wire was touching other wires
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is it grinding when you try? try to turn car off hold in clutch put into reverse and then start car if it pops right out you need to get it to a transmission shop. i recently replaced a transmission in an SXT that had no reverse, all it would do it grind and pop back out
any neon almost has a security system some times it will trip try using the key to un lock the door that will reset the system then start if nothing try the fuses under the hood one is bound to blow and wont let u start the car
Are you using the same power feed from the old radio? If so, your new radio may require a higher current fuse. Check the manufacturers information the came with the custom radio and make certain the current (amps) required is the same.
If the new radio has a higher power amplifier for increased audio, it will blow a low rated fuse.
On the other hand, it sounds as though you may have pinched the power feed wire in the radio bracket, trim cover or have it resting agaist a sharp bracket. So when you put the car in drive, the dash flexes enough to cause the short.
Does it blow the fuse when you shift to reverse?
let me know.
There's a short in the circut. Check continuity of the wires that feed from that fuse (you'll need a wiring diagram to identify each wire). You've got something that is causing too much amperage to move through the circut and the fuse blows. Make sure the amperage on the fuse is correct for the application (your owner's manual or fuse box diagram should tell you what amperage rating to install in each fuse slot).
Unplug the power feed to the motor and turn on the switch. If it blows the fuse you have a short in the wiring you will need to repair. If the fuse does not blow then the motor is bad, change it. I woulld connect the new motor , groiund it and see if it works before I put it all back together. .