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I ran my heater switch direct to a toggle switch but the wire grounded out on the ebrakenow i have no ignition and no radio the fuses in the box r ok is there any fuses i dont know about how can i fix it?

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The ignition runs on the 20 amp PCM fuse. Did you check that one? It may be in the engine compartment fuse box.i ran my heater switch direct to a toggle switch - 620e609.gif

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