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2004 C 220 CDI: the number 52 fuse keeps on blowing it looks like the staring circuit, what could cause this, the fuse does not burn immediately, only after two or three days

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My wh statesman keeps blowing engine/bcm fuse. using bigger fuse allows it to start but blows again shortly after


Don't keep trying bigger fuses. It will only cause more problems, like burnt wiring that will need replacing, or starting a fire.
You either have an electrical component that is shorted and causing too much power draw, or you have some open wire that is shorting to ground by touching metal.
You or an electrician will need to look at a wiring diagram to see what all is on that circuit that is blowing the fuse. Then start taking one part of it loose at a time to try and isolate the problem. See any smoke or smell plastic burning when the fuse pops?

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My wiper fuse keeps burning out


If your wiper fuse keeps burning out, your wiper motor might be failing which causes too much amperes required to turn the motor which in turn trips the maximum rated amperes of the fuse.

Follow the wiring of that fuse to your wiper motor to make sure the wiring is not nicked and grounding to the metal. Once you confirm that there is no shorted wire, disconnect the wiper motors wiring connector. Fuse a new fuse and if the fuse does not blow anymore then you isolated the problem which is the wiper motor causing the fuse to blow. Fix or replace the wiper motor.

When diagnosing blown fuses, I usually temporarily replace any fuse in a vehicle with a circuit breaker type fuse. If there is still a short somewhere in the wiring or the component itself in line with the fuse, the circuit breaker fuse will just trip and I just reset it again after I fix the problem. An advantage of keeping to replace a blown fuse while diagnosing.

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My 2005 Impala keeps blowing fuses and I lose tail lights and dash lights.


You have a short somewhere in that circuit . What fuse # is it an is it located in the undehood fuse box or the IP fuse box ! You need wiring diagram to see what all is on that circuit. It may have a branch circuit causing the problem ! How to find automotive electrical shorts Finding active short

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Need the wiring schematic for a 1995 sts cadillac


Look at the fuse to see how badly its blown. If the fuse link is badly splattered and black inside the plastic case, it indicates a dead short to ground. If its a clean melt with not much damage indicates the circuit is being overloaded. Short to ground, look for any traces of black arcing in the circuit or burned wires. If overloaded, Turn ALL items in circuit off, then on, one at a time, soon as it blows thats the one causing the problem.

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The parking lights, dash lights, turn signals, and hazard flasher should be 4 different circuits.
So you would need to know exactly what that fuse protects, then look for the short to ground.

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Why does my fuse keep blowing


If its the correct size fuse you have a short causing the fuse to blow. if its a fuse to say the a/c compressor, the compressor is pulling over the fuse size and causing it to blow.

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Fuse #109 keep blowing/ driver seat not working please help


If the fuse keeps blowing, I assume it is because you keep replacing it. Those fuses have given up their lives to keep your truck from burning to the ground. Each time a fuse blows, the wires in the system get heated up and weakened. If you keep replacing the fuse, the insulation will eventually burn off of the wires and light the entire truck up. There is a shorted component or wire on one of the circuits that are protected by that fuse. Replacing the fuse without locating and repairing the reason that it blew, will only result in another fuse having to give up its life to keep your truck from roasting and all the other fuses will have died in vain.
The circuits to that fuse will need to be traced, using the wiring diagrams for your vehicle and the proper equipment necessary for performing tests on your electrical system. Nobody online can tell you what the actual cause of the problem is (other than tell you there is a short) without performing the necessary tests on the vehicle itself.

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Fuel and engine temp gauge fuse keeps blowing, why?


the fuse basically protect the circuit from burning up...wen it blows the circuit is incomplete so it cant burn up...something is causing your circuit to burn up or use more electricity than the wires or circuit can take....in order to fix this problem you will need an electrical diagnostic

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Fuse keep blowing, which cause the car to kill, how can i fix that? buy new fuse every week


Fuses blows means there is a SHORT CIRCUiT in ur wires, u have to bring ur car to anearest garage to pinpoint the shorted circuit before something burns up!

Hope that helps u out!

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Window, interior lights, car alarm and fuse keep on burning out


you have a short circuit or burned out wires somewhere, could be anywhere.
Try disconnecting the alarm, taking the bulb out of the interior lights, and putting in the fuse, if it blows again you know that the alarm or interior lights are not at fault, if it stays good replace the bulb and if it blows theres your faulty circuit, if it stays good then the windows are at fault.

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