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Fuses are designed to be the weakest link in an electrical circuit. If a power surge or short occurs, the fuse blows, thus protecting everything else on the circuit by breaking the circuit. If the fuses are blowing immediately, that indicates that there is a major short in the circuit that needs to be hunted down and corrected before replacing the fuse again. Since those two circuits are generally going to be fused separately, there's a decent chance they are shorting together, probably at the fuse panel or near it
Posted on Jul 15, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Starter solenoid. I don't have the page here but in chiltons a page shows the ignition to fuse to relay to starter and if you look closely it's quite basic. I had same problem with constant fuse blow #8. The solenoid over time wears and sometimes sticks. When it sticks, your system can overload thus burn fuse. I bet you never stalled out while driving, but only when you shut off and start somewhere it's a no go. That's because you're system is already engaged. I had to change starter as solenoid part of it all. I see others suffer this same problem so please share this around. Solenoid can stick for a millisecond.
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
There are 2 possible areas. 1 is the fuse box beside your left foot. 2 would be in the engine compatment on the right.
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
Removal & Installation
NOTE When retracting the tensioner, turn it clockwise slowly in 3 sec. or more. Be sure not to apply force rapidly. After the tensioner is retracted all the way, do not apply force any more than necessary.
Posted on Feb 27, 2010
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