Question about 2005 Chevrolet Suburban
Fuse blows out just minutes after replacement for heated front seats, both power chair adjusters, power pedal adjust, and passenger side only power windows (front and rear). Power locks still operate, power windows still operate on driver's side (front and rear). These accessories will operate for a very short time after fuse replacement, but it's not necessary to use any before fuse will go out. Fuse will burn out even if none of these items are touched during operation of the vehicle. All it takes is starting the truck and waiting a few minutes. The passenger rear window had started dragging pretty badly and then stopped functioning a few weeks before the fuse business started. When operating the switch, there was an obvious heavy electrical drain. Thinking this could be the culprit, I disconnected the motor and switch from the harness inside the passenger rear door. Fuse blowing problem remains. Not sure where to start looking for this, any help greatly appreciated.
Check all your wires ,make none have rubbed and exposed the bare wire .vibrations might cause the wire to short out on metal
Posted on Apr 01, 2014
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