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When you turn the key on the engine fuse blows

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There is a short in your starting system, either under the dash or down toward your starter. Look for bare or burnt wires.

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sounds as if you have a power shortage in the van. first establish what fuse keeps blowing this will help in narrowing down the short.once short is located check all connections ,wires,and plugs.

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Turn key to On.
Turn on headlights manually... Do they come on?
Are there any lights on the dash?
If yes to these, battery is possibly not the sole problem.
Check for good, tight and clean connections at battery terminal posts!
If yes to above, continue on & get a helper... Turn key past on, to Start position.
Do you hear a click sound at time key is turned to Start?
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Pic any No's... Then look there.
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My 02' mdx won't come out of park, keep blowing a 20 amp fuse. This fuse controls the Cruise, break lights, memory seat, horn and linkage. I have to manually delink. I have unhooked the comand...


Here is an idea, when do you blow the fuse key on, key on engine running, key on engine running hitting the break pedal? Try and get the key on without blowing fuse if possible, then one at a time try those circuit loads ie: horn, brake pedal and so on, if you isolate which load is pulling to many amps(blowing fuse) unplug that load itself, then restart testing, see if fuse stays ok. You can also substitue the fuse with a circuit breaker and unplug each load until click(of breaker) stops.

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Why do I keep blowing a 20A fuse marked ECM-I?


Hi, there is a lot of stuff running on that fuse, so it may be hard to diagnose. If the fuse blows right after starting the truck, you may be able to find the short by unplugging things, putting a new fuse in, turning the key on, and then plugging things back in until it blows. Check for any wires resting on the engine or especially a hot exhaust manifold for a wire with burned insulation. Below is the diagram for the main things powered by that fuse. These include the coil, the injectors, the crank sensor, and the PCM itself. Perhaps one of the injectors has shorted. If that were the case, the fuse would not blow when the key is turned on but only after the truck is running. If you have an ohmmeter, you could check the impedances of all of them to see if one has a lower impedance. Does the truck run at all? What engine do you have? Is the engine light on? The diagram is for the V-6, but I think the wiring for the fuse is similar in the other engines. If it runs OK for a while and then blows the fuse, I would not blame the coil or the crank sensor. Let me konw what you find out.

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you have a short in the ignition system (not the key cylinder). does it only blow when you engage the starter? Or does it blow when you turn key on?

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Engine 1 fuse keeps blowing when you turn the key


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