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My daewoo micro combi blows the fuse when I plug it in ? It went suddenly one night without anyone going near it ....it is quite old..any ideas ?

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Faulty reciever ,,, Worth checking the plug assy for internal damage . Check that the sat receiver is within the power capabilities of the vehicles acessory plugs < 10amp .

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Follow the wires up from the fuel pump to the front of the car. You most likely have a wire that rubbed though its coating somewhere and is causing it to ground out on the frame and blow the fuse.

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SOURCE: All of my power windows suddenly quit working

did you check the fuse or relay for windows! if need be take out master switch and check for power. if power, then maybe the ground wire is bad. have a good day !!

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