Question about Peugeot Cars & Trucks
The fuse is blowing because there is a short to ground on the load side (between fuse and device being protected). Remove the inside door panel and take a close look at the wires between the window motor and where it feeds into the door. My bet is the up and down of the window gears scraped the wire bare. find the bare spot, electrical tape around exposed wire, secure the loose wire to the door using tie wrap so that metal does not contact wire. If there are not visible bare spots, remove the connection to the motor. You will need to pick up a short circuit tester, or a volt meter to isolate this problem
Posted on Oct 22, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You are looking for a short in the wiring. Start at the rear defroster and trace the wires back toward the fuse panel. You are looking for spots where the insulation is rubbed off and the wire is bare touching the body or possibly 2 wires bared touching each other. When you find it just tape them up with electrical tape and reposition them so it doesn't happen again. Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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