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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
remove pos batt cable 1st
I would start examining the door switches since they are a constantly cycling part, Im not exactly sure how many accessories run off the door switches but I would examine the drivers door switch, study how the switch removes from the door, gently pull switch assembly out, being careful not to yank wires loose. remove it and look for arcing marks or soot, try all the doors, then I would disassemble the dome light itself if you cant find it, if you find the short you should reinsulate with thermoheat wrap heated with a hairdryer and maybe even some extra electric tape.
Posted on Jul 11, 2008
If the fuse blows as soon as you put it in and the wipers are off then you have a short between the fuse block and the wiper switch.
If the fuse blows only when you turn the wipers on then more than likely the wiper motor has shorted and burned out. This one is very likely if the snow storm was heavy and you was driving in it. Cause- Moving large amounts of snow and ice off the window puts a heavy load on the wiper motors.
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
check bulbs first/ then you can check fuses usually under dash or in the engine compartment/Please rate my response thank you very much
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
Thinking of buying a new car? Ha-ha. Not a good idea, fuse blowing for a reason & adding a higher amp fuse could start a fire. How long do they stay on, long enough to see if one is dimmer or brighter than the rest? Might have to do the process of elimination, or to save fuses, pull all the ones out that are easy to get out & try it, if o.k. start replacing one at a time until fuse blow & you find the culprit.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
When a fuse blows it means more demand for power is comming through than the 10 amp fuse can handle.Try a 15 amp fuse if the problem is NOT serious you can get away with this.If the 15 amp fuse blows you have a short in your power window circuit.
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
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