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1998 plymouth engine fuse burns

I was driving and the ban started shaking and then stop.... it did that once i wait a few hours and replace the engine fuse and it work againg for a few months and now did the same thing, but know it keeps burning the engine fuse and it wont start!!

any ideas??

thanks for the help

Paul

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First place i would start looking is the wiring to the O2 Sensors for shorts to ground or
in case the O2 Sensor itself is shorted, try disconnecting the sensors to see if the fuse stops blowing.
this is just a place to start, there are other problems that will blow that fuse. good luck.

Posted on Jun 17, 2009

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