Do you have voltage to the light motors if so then replace then its really not that hard or costly but if you dont have voltage to them then start testing that circuit until you find a place that there is voltage (relays and fuses are horrible on these cars as the wires sometimes come disconnected from the bottom of the boxes)
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What is the amp rating on the fuse that keeps blowing? I looked at wiring for stop lamps, 15 amp fuse. Unplug connector for stop lamp switch, see if the fuse still blows? Also see if anything at connector looks burned or melted.
You could have problem with fuse box, itself. Look at back side of fuse box, see if anything looks burned or melted.
Sounds like you burned a fuseable link wire. Some of the circuits are protected by a fuseable link in addition to the regular fuses you can see. Check the wires at the starter with a test light or meter - one of them may be burned inside.
The problem is likely in the injection module which is located in the dash right behind the flip down tray to the right of the flip down fuse door the the left of the steering wheal.To test simply rapidly slap the fuse/vanity flip down door area while starting the car and it will start.I have had 5 preludes and all have the same problem a replacement is 150 or you can sotter all the connections on the board inside the fuel injection module.This will fix the problem as the original connections develop miniscule cracksAll preludes have this problem in really hot or cold weather
You have a short. I had a similar problem with my 1990 Jeep limited and the short was in the rear where the wires go into the rear lift gate. Access the wire harnesses behind the rear left panel and try unplugging connectors to trace which circuit is shorting out. You might need to run some new wires to replace any that might be worn and have exposed wiring which is causing fuses to blow. As with any electrical problem you MUST be methodical and patient or have enough cash to pay a shop to track down your problem and then tell you 20 other things you really don't need fixed. GL!