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No interior lights wireing checked keeps blowing fuse 1985 silver spirit

Relays have been checked.damaged wires found in boot area, now repared, all wiring checked.

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SOURCE: keeps blowing 15a efi fuse 1991 toyota pickup 2.2 re

there's a short somewhere causing that amperage to go up

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SOURCE: 1991 Toyota Camry tail lights not working

it is the light switch

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SOURCE: 1997 Linclon car No power to A/C clutch.

take the pressure switch connector off and jump connector- if clutch engauges you either have bad low pressure switch or are low on freon.

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Try this;

  1. Did you insert same valued fuse i.e. { fuse rated 15APS with same fuse}.
  2. Check OP'S & voltage of the Alternator = 13.7 V DC - 14.8 V DC MAX.
  3. are you sure NO internal shorttings inside the ECM.
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SOURCE: 2005 Dodge CaravFront defroster fan wont blow (rear is ok), fuses

check the switch most used part usualy wears out if you know there is no power at the fan motor wires yes the twisted wires, then i would look at switch next.

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