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What kind of car do you have? Is the problem consistently experienced when you try to shift? Generally, blowing a fuse means that you have a short to ground in that particular circuit. Make sure that you are using the correctly rated fuse for the circuit. You will need a wiring diagram for the specific vehicle that you have, in addition to a multimeter to begin diagnosing the problem.

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