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12v fuse keeps blowing

I have a 1994 Ford Mustang GT and the fuse that controls the power driver seat and also the 12v outlet keeps blowing. I will replace the fuse and than a week later it's blown. Anyone have a suggestion?

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  • Patrick Wilson
    Patrick Wilson Mar 03, 2009

    thanks man. thats quite possible because i paid someone to put neons on it a while back and this has been going on since then. and the switch to turn the neons on is right by the 12v plug in. im going to check it out in the morning.. thanks again

  • Patrick Wilson
    Patrick Wilson Mar 03, 2009

    yea i should make the dude that installed them give me the money for all the fuses ive bought over the past year. ive been looking and looking for months for what it was and i got tired of trying things that i posted it here lol

  • Patrick Wilson
    Patrick Wilson Mar 03, 2009

    the ground wire that goes to the 12v outlet is cut right where its suppose to be plugged in where the guy had it running to the neons. but the neons arnt in there anymore i took them out a while ago so i guess thats all there is too it. is just finding a way to hooked it back up to it.

  • Patrick Wilson
    Patrick Wilson Mar 03, 2009

    just to let you know i was able to fix it

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One of the power wires for either device is grounding out. trace the positive 12v wire and you will find a crimp, cut, or missing insulation im sure.

do you have anything cut in to that circuit that isnt factory installed? That could cause a circuit overload.

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  • Patrick Cowan
    Patrick Cowan Mar 03, 2009

    THATS the problem most likely, ive had problems like that with my 2001.

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