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2005 equinox keeps blowing back-up fuse when key is turned to sta

When this fuse blows no power to starter.

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SOURCE: Power port/ cigarette lighter keeps blowing fuses

the cig lighter might be shorting out and cauding the other problem. sell the car and buy a toyota.

Posted on Apr 29, 2009

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Sounds like the alternator should be inspected

Posted on May 22, 2009

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SOURCE: passenger windows/ power seats fuse keeps blowing

Check the seat wiring harness below the seat and under the carpet. Water and moister will cause it to rust and break the wires or short them out. The windows and power seat require the use of a circuit breaker, this is recommended.

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SOURCE: I have a 2005 Chevy Equinox and my AC only blows

the system is low on charge.

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SOURCE: fuse for fuel pump on a 2005 chevrolet equinox

no could b a bad relay or the connection at the fuel pump r other if u have to volt meter /ohms meter check relay to see if good

Posted on Sep 24, 2009

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08 ford lariat f150. Fuse 14 keeps blowing. The starter engages while running and blows the fuse. The starter is not on fuse 14, any suggestions?


What engine ? Fuse 14 , where > under hood fuse box or inside fuse box ? If central junction box inside vehicle ,that fuse powers the heated PCV - positive crankcase ventilation valve . 10 amp fuse . Also powers ,digital transmission range sensor . Your digital range sensor is probably shorted inside . This could cause the problem your having .
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Car won't start or even crank at all.


Check the current draw on the starter when it is cranking the car. If it is excessive it mans the starter is dragging the field with the armature because the bearings are worn out. If the current is not excessive to the starter then it is likely a short in the power cable circuit somewhere.

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There is no reaction when turning the key to start the car


Turn key to On.
Turn on headlights manually... Do they come on?
Are there any lights on the dash?
If yes to these, battery is possibly not the sole problem.
Check for good, tight and clean connections at battery terminal posts!
If yes to above, continue on & get a helper... Turn key past on, to Start position.
Do you hear a click sound at time key is turned to Start?
If yes, then ignition switch is not problem, starter relay is getting power, and is now sending power to starter, but starter is not working.
Pic any No's... Then look there.
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Mar 29, 2015 | 2005 Ford Focus 1.6

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I have a 1999 dodge avenger that keeps blowing the 30amp engine fuse under the hood it only blows the fuse when I crank the ignition checked all the words not sure where to look anymore any suggestion's


If it just keeps blowing it could either be a bad ground somewhere or theres to much power getting pushed to it for some reason when u start it, blowing the fuse

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Keep blowing number 32 fuse in a 2005 Lincoln navigator what causes it to keep blowing


fusee blow because of excess current caused by a short either in the wires after the fuse or in the equipment that the fuses controls.

Dec 21, 2014 | 2005 Chevrolet Equinox

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Blows starter Fuse


Check your ground wires, make sure they got good connection, also make sure the exhaust is not melting the power cable to the starter, also check the steel sleeve that shields the power cable from the exhaust manifold. Good luck.

Sep 23, 2014 | Plymouth Breeze Cars & Trucks

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Fuse IGE E blows everytime i start my vehicle


The starter and the fuse probably have nothing to do with each other... although it's POSSIBLE that your car (whatever it is) might have a starter relay that drives the starter solenoid, in which case I'd suspect the starter relay.

You'll need to track down everything powered by that fuse, find the offender (the one using too much current), and correct the problem.

Aug 12, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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When i go to start my car i blow the #11 fuse located under the hood,what does #11 fuse go to?


Hi Aaron, I'm glad to help!
Aaron, see if the fuse blows when you turn the key to the on position without trying to start it. If it does then it could be anything on that circuit. NOTE: If in fact it only blows when you try to start the engine then your problem is in the "START-RUN-CIRCUIT" which mean you have a dead short in either the wiring or something on that circuit. If you find it is on the start run circuit then disconnect the starter and see if it still blows the fuse. CAUTION: When disconnecting the starter always unhook the negative battery cable first then rap the power wire with a rag or tape so it doesn't ground out on the engine and cause more problems. Now that you've disconnected and rapped the starter wires reconnect the negative battery cable and try to start the engine, if the fuse doesn't blow then replace the starter. If the fuse does blow then reconnect the starter remembering my caution. NEXT: Disconnect the Alternator using caution and try to start the engine if it blows the fuse replace the alternator, if it doesn't blow the fuse then you have a direct short in the wiring somewhere in that circuit. Start looking for frayed wiring that could be grounding out on the engine. Hope this help and have an awesome day Aaron.

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30 amp Starter/Ignition fuse keeps blowing when i turn the ignition key. The instrumentpanel lights are dim and then the fuse blows.


I am assuming you are talking about the circuit that powers the key switch. I'm showing a fuseable link to the starter relay instead of a fuse.
If it is the circuit that powers the switch, I would disconnect the switch and see if the fuse blows as each circuit is powered one at a time using a jumper wire. You can get 30amp circuit breakers that plug into the fuse slot to use while you are testing circuits.
You may need a repair book or shop manual to find out what is powered by that fuse since it is most everything on the car.

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