Question about 1998 Lincoln Continental
The fuse (30amp) for the radio amplifiers blows as soon as it is installed. This is with the ignition off and the key out. I disconnected the amplifier and and the fuse still blows with the ignition off. It seems apparent that I have a direct short. There is another fuse listed as the radio (10amp) and it is fine.Any suggestions on where to looking for the short. I considered just replacing the radio but not sure that is the problem since the fuse blows with the ignition off
Problem could be radio.10 amp fuse for ignition switch power up radio display the 30 amp fuse for radio amp system in which that circuit hot at all times.
Posted on Nov 18, 2013
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