Question about 2003 Pontiac Vibe
Starting almost a year ago the AM2 fuse began blowing occasionally (no more than once every few months) when I'd go to start the car. I figured with the aftermarket stereo, heater or AC and lights all going at the same it was just too much for the 15 amp fuse, but it started happening more frequently and then just the other day I couldn't get the car to start because every new fuse I put in immediately burned out. My mechanic friend tested the starter and says there doesn't seem to be a problem on that end. I'm out of work and can't afford to take it to the dealer. Your help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Travis
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