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Fuses blow because the current draw is excessive to the fuse rating. That indicates that there is a massive short after the fuse. ( bare wire to earth relay short, burnt wire on manifold etc). Use a multimeter set on continuity and work along the harness until you find the fault.
Posted on Nov 14, 2014
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