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1994 3000gt vr4 starts then blows ignition fuse in 5 seconds

Thought it started after I used the rear wipers and within 1 minute car dies as described. Disconnected rear wiper switch , byt still blows ignition switch????

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  • ska ff Feb 03, 2009

    Can start with new ignition fuse and car starts right up ,but shuts down and ignition fuse is blown.

  • ska ff Feb 07, 2009

    Anderias 2005,

    Thanks for your input. I went ahead and paid to have the problem fixed. It turns out that the wiper motor shorted out and the 10 amp fuse under the dash didn't blow because it was an after market type (per the dealership). In turn it burnt wires behind the fuse panel and they corrected that at $350.00. To o fix the shorted out motor and replace the wiper switch was another $450.00. WEll the car doesn't need a rear wiper that bad!

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Can you tell more about it.

Posted on Feb 03, 2009

  • anderias2005 Feb 07, 2009

    i think that u have a high resistance in one of the wires check the wires if you can

  • anderias2005 Feb 09, 2009

    cool

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