Question about 1995 Ford Mustang
I have a 1995 mustang GT conv. and the clock, radio, speedometer, and dome lights were not working I found out that the #8 fuse was blown. I replaced it with the same 10 amp fuse and it blew immediately again once i started the car. Does anybody have any possible explanations or things I could check to see what is causing this?
Well there are alot of things on this fuse that could cause this concern. Door opening switches,clock,radio,all the interior lamps but the most common areas would be the vanity mirrors or the door opening switches. The LG/Y wire is the wire on these that you are concerned with.
The vanity mirrors would be my first area I would look at. Remove them and trace the LG/Y wire back and see if it is pinched or scrapped so that a bare wire is touching metal. If you see nothing there then remove the door switches on the a pillars in the door opening and check the same wire.
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