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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A/C keeps blowing the fuse after I
got it recharged. Its the R-12 system and it seemed to be ok before but
now I got it recharged and replaced the blower motor in the front and
now as soon as I turn it on it blows the fuse. I replaced the 3 fuse
black and even rewired the fuses then took off the connectors tot he
rotary switch and replaced those but it still blows the fuse. Any
Could I have messed something up on installing the blower motor.
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Ive got a 94 mustang and had the same problem... check in the engine where the fuse box is. My problem was the fuse was blown out so it was a quick fix. but if thats the case replacing the fuse is only halfway fixing it because you have to find out what caused it to blow. chances are its a bad ground wire because thats what mine was. as far as the manual release switch i couldnt say on that one because i dont know
The wiring harness coming from the solonoid/power distribution has one small guage wire splitting into three different medium guage wires. I have ran into this problem quite often on mustangs, and what I have found that works is take the split out of it, and run all three wires with fusible links added to them straight from the solonoid