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The alternator is not charging the battery and it keeps blowing fuses. Some thing to do with the glow plugs some one said

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SOURCE: meter fuses keep blowing out on 1996 nissan altima

you have a short to ground somewhere. Look for worn wires, loose connections, any work recently done.

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SOURCE: my 1997 F-350 powerstroke keeps blowing a 30 amp maxi fuse

I changed the glow plug controller selinoid haven't any problems since Thank You!

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SOURCE: 97 dodge dakoata main fuse keeps blowing 140 amp fuse

Regulator in alternator obviously faulty, have it bench tested & fixed or replace alternator, and cure your problem.

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SOURCE: My truck keeps blowing the instrument panel fuse.

My 2002 F350 keeps blowing fuse 45. I lose the instrument cluster (all gauges) and there is no throttle response. Sounds like a wire for the od button is shorting out in the steering column. Remove the ignition switch and column shroud and look for a bare wire. be sure and look by where the boot sits. I am just looking for more info before I try it myself. Hope this works for others.

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