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The meter fuse keeps blowing on my 95 probe. What does this control?

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You no doubt have a direct short in your wiring, or a bare hot wire is touching or rubbing a ground. check all wires that go to your meter. you don't say which meter it is. amp,water,oil,or battery.

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