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These things are usually not connected. Check the fuse box, maybe a wire has been damaged.

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I have a short somewhere in my 2004 Pontiac sunfire radio wiring that I cant find.


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x2, disconnect all loads on that 20 feed.
to find which one is sorted
better?
i use a circuit breaker in place of the fuse.
then i use my ammeter to find the load (device ) that is shorted.
saves burning up a box of fuses.
and finds the more difficult shorts... finds them ALL.

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Hi S, It seems to me that the surge may have been caused by the alternator before blowing. A short circuit may has caused the diodes to blow, which in turn will probably have been caused by a short circuit created when the radio theft took place. The first thing to do is isolate all loose cables and make sure that there are no internal shorts inside any auxiliary equipment. After making repairs to the alternator, or fitting a replacement, disconnect all connectors to switches and other controlled units such as cabin heating and ventilation systems, music, TV and navigation systems. The fuse box is located in the engine compartment. Check all for continuity and replace burned fuses and at the same time, check for any damaged relays. Once are you satisfied everything is as it should be turn the ignition key to auxiliary and check all cables for overheating. Connect each unit one at a time until a fuse blows or all are connected. If a fuse blows while connecting, replace the fuse, but leave that circuit disconnected and continue until all are connected or another fuse blows. Once the dangerous circuits have been identified, trace the fault either into the wiring harness or the units. Repair if possible or replace. Once that has been done, crank and start the engine. Check all circuits with the engine running and the park brake fully engaged. If the engine fails to start check the electrics which operate the starter motor. Hope this info is at least a little helpful. Regards John

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Continous blown fuse


the fuse , blowing is for 2 reasons
1: wrong fuse. (too small, do not put too big in, use right size.
2: dead short on this power line.

the fuse prevented the FIRE.
what to do? well, look at the fuse
then look in the FSM for this electrical page, 1 of 50 pages.
for radio.
then look at the output side of fuse, that goes to the radio.
at any point alone this wire and the radio bad.
can be a dead short to ground,
look for DAMAGE, if the radio was hacked into car, id look there first.

if you need better help, tell me exactly what fues blew,
the marking on box, or the label for this fuse, , not went dead.
ive been around the block, so know radios are 1/2 time wired wrong.
fuse 32, 7.5amps runs the radio and ECU. (page 23-52 in FSM)
white-blue feed wire, (this is shorting if car is still wired STOCK)
all comments USA cars, other countries use different wiring and colors, so, state country.;
last , page 196, FSM radio page
there are 3 fuses for the radio, which one blows>?
fuse 23,32,39?
unplug the radio, does this stop blowing fuses?
if radio is not stock, say so.. still have that classic Cassette?

91 is a transition year, big changes,
the early car is quite different.
on the early , the radio fuse is fuse 12. (15amp)
and runs a vast number of things.
clock
interior lamps
cig light, (remove it)
stereo
and ICU.
any can short. finding it can be harder on early hondas.
i use an ampclamp meter, to find all shorts. ever seen one?

now power windows, in early 91 its use a different fuse
fuse 20/21.

on later car. 91+
windows is fuse 14,36 and 39
do you have and FSM?
do you know how to read schematics?
if not, then all you can do is unplug things, and pray you find it.
or ask any ASE mechanic to find it. all can. easy.
we use and ammeter.
we have a test fuse that wires in and ammeter, to monitor current.
we then bang the radio and harness, parked, in shop and find who is shorting,
in cars, the one thing to learn, is usually 1 fuse runs many things.
to see that, open the FSM and turn to the Distribution page.
its all there. in B/W.

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There is. You'll have to find and eliminate the short to ground. If the short wasn't there before you replaced the switch then it probably happened when you replaced the switch or reconnected the radio.

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Electrical Fuse Goes out


is the radio stock or aftermarket if after market i would pull out and inspect wires for short or disconnect radio to see if the short is related to the radio system or a/c make sure wires are not exposed and touching eachother

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