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Power windows in MPV keeps blowing fuses

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2005 MPV good car and last week 30 amp fuse blew. Replaced it and 1 week later blew again. How do I service this? Also does any one know where to buy a breaker (like in a house) to replace the fuse while I test? ~ 4 dollars a fuse and could be expensive.

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You might have a short to ground problem. the circuit is complete from the battery to ground. Check the wire from the fuse to the load, and chances are there's a spot in it where the wire is touching ground.

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