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20amp eng 1 fuse

20 amp eng1 fuse keeps blowing

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You have a short.

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I have a 98 Tahoe 4x4 5.7 and a fuse keeps blowing within minutes number the hood compartment it's labeled (eng 1) 20 amp


FUSES BLOW BECAUSE THE COMPONET THAT IT PROTECTS IS EITHER PULLING TOO MANY AMPS OR YOU HAVE A SHORT. LOOK FOR BARE OR BURNED WIRING

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20amp eng1fuse


Fuses will burn if the load is too high or there is a short to ground on the circuit.

You will need to use a meter, to find the issue... If you do not have the tools or rhe knowledge, take to an auto electrician... DO NOT over fuse.

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The "eng1" 20 amp fuse blows and van stops.....replace fuse, van runs fine........suggested fixes for this


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