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Fuse # 9 ( power train control system) on a 1997 ford F250 keeps blowing as soon as you put the key in and turn to start

Fuse # 9 keeps blowing when you turn the key

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SOURCE: the engin control fuse keeps blowing on my 2005

your fuelpump could be causing the fuse to blow as it may be seizing up

Posted on Apr 19, 2009

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SOURCE: my signal lights keep blowing a fuse

Replace the signal Relay thats your problem.

Posted on Nov 09, 2009

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SOURCE: My 1997 Ford F250 power stroke deisel 7.3 keeps

Fuse 17 10amp protects the following 1)transmission control switch and lamp. 2)brake fluid level switch 3)warning chime 4)diesel warning lamps display 5)fuel water switch 6) low vacuum warning switch 7)instrument cluster 8) switch lamps,,,,,,,,,,,,,, i think your problem on transmission control switch, check also brake light and brake switch

Posted on Jun 21, 2010

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SOURCE: I have a 1997 Ford

i would have the starter tested you may be drawing to much amperage at the starter frying the fuses and relay, have a starter draw test to see how much of a draw it pulls when starting the truck.

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SOURCE: i have a ford explorer 1995 that keeps blowing #11

You have a short on one of the connections, make sure that all the connections are insulated and that the earth makes a proper connection

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There is no reaction when turning the key to start the car


Turn key to On.
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My 1997 Ford F250 power stroke deisel 7.3 keeps blowing fuse #17 10 amp when I put it into Drive


Fuse 17 10amp protects the following 1)transmission control switch and lamp. 2)brake fluid level switch 3)warning chime 4)diesel warning lamps display 5)fuel water switch 6) low vacuum warning switch 7)instrument cluster 8) switch lamps,,,,,,,,,,,,,, i think your problem on transmission control switch, check also brake light and brake switch

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by looking at the wiring diagram for your truck. the pcm1 fuse only feeds the pcm so most likely it is a grounded wire between the fuse block and pcm. follow the wire harness closely between the two and see if its grounded somewhere. also try disconnecting the pcm and see if the fuse still blows. that would isolate the problem to the wiring. it is highly unlikely that the pcm would cause the problem.

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