Question about 1998 Mitsubishi Diamante
There is a short in the circuit corresponding to the fuse. Check every electrical component in the circuit and disconnect it. Put in a new fuse. Connect each component, one at a time, back into the circuit and check the fuse each time. Eventually you will establish which component is causing the short circuit. If the fuse blows before you can put a component back into the circuit for the first time then is sounds like some insulation on the supply wire has broken down and is allowing contact with the body of the car creating a short circuit. Check all the wiring for this circuit and replace or wrap any bared wire in insulating tape.
Posted on May 05, 2010
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