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My fuse (under dash of drivers side) that runs door panel lights and radio keep blowing. I have used 10,15,20.25, and even 30 watt fuses, and they have all blown. I have a '93 ford crown Victoria LX . Have any solution?

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Replace the radio. Pull out the door lights and check for a short.

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Go to this site and pick owner guide on left task bar.
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Fuse info starts on page 96

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Power door lock actuator on drivers door is common problem on these vans. Thought it is most likely a short to ground. Check around your front door openings, the rubber boots sometime brack and cause the wires to chaffe.
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Here is the fuse panel digram for the '03 crown vic:metrocard_0.jpg
Try Replacing Location 1 (15 amp fuse ) or Location 2 (5 amp fuse).

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