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Toyota hiace hazard lights fuse keeps blowing

Indicator lights fuse blows sometimes

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SOURCE: Security Light always on, door lock fuse keeps blowing

This is most likely a problem with your Passlock anti-theft system which is known issue with these cars. Passlock is a "passive" anti-theft system, which means that it will disable your ability to start the car if it thinks there is a problem. The three components that can cause this are: 1) Ignition Switch, 2) Ignition Cylinder, 3) Body Control Module (computer). The dealer is the only one who can solve this problem (unless you can bypass it, but it is not that easy). Estimated repair from most dealers is $800 and up.

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SOURCE: keeps blowing 15a efi fuse 1991 toyota pickup 2.2 re

there's a short somewhere causing that amperage to go up

Posted on Dec 13, 2008

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SOURCE: My turn signals/hazard lights aren't working, fuse--Chevy Tahoe

look for your short somewhere in the wiring harness.

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SOURCE: am2 keeps blowing up

Its most likely the capacitor on the distributor. Remove the distributor cap and rotor. Under the coil on the right hand side is a cylindrical capacitor about 1/4 length of a AA battery. remove and replace. It's about a $5 part and an easy fix. If you go to NAPA AUTO PARTS, the part # is: RC102. The UPC # is 7-0739090352-1. The description is Distributor Capacitor and Terminal.

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SOURCE: tail light fuse keeps blowing

Seen this before ,,, You have to disconnect the ground wire from the radio to the vehicle... What has most likely happened is that the radio earth has been connected to the previous radio's illumination wire.
What will appear to be a ground connection while the side lights are OFF is in fact a positive that acts a a ground connection untill the side lights are turned ON
The radio should be earthed properly there after..

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