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Keeps blowing #11 fuse and car quits rumming

1998 jeep cherokee keeps bllowing the #11 fuse (20 amp) and the car quits and will not start untill new fuse installed

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    20 amp fuse keeps burning out

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There's a grounded wiring on it that's why it keep on blowing your fuse check the wiring.

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