Question about 1998 Plymouth Voyager
Ted, it sounds like somthing major is grounded. There are too many AMPS, not volts...but no matter. You need to disconnect things and try to reconnect the fuse. For testing purposes, I suggest getting a 40 amp circuit breaker, self resetting...wire that in and start looking... Something is damaged or a wire rubbed through.
This will likely be limited to the engine compartment and area, as everything else is lighter weight and fused separately...
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