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Re: keep blowing fuses
If our blowing fuses the a/c comp you install is it new or used or make sure that the power wire for the a/c comp is not touching metal if everything is ok power wise the cluch of the a/c comp overheat and sort out that hapen sometime specialy if the fuses was not blowing before cheers pierre
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What engine ? Fuse 14 , where > under hood fuse box or inside fuse box ? If central junction box inside vehicle ,that fuse powers the heated PCV - positive crankcase ventilation valve . 10 amp fuse . Also powers ,digital transmission range sensor . Your digital range sensor is probably shorted inside . This could cause the problem your having .
An AC system blowing hot air is usually due to a low freon charge or a non operational AC compressor. If the fuse blows, disconnect the compressor electrical plug and turn on the AC. If the fuse doesn't blow, suspect a compressor problem. If the fuse continues to blow with the compressor disconnected, there is a direct short between the ON/OFF switch and the compressor which can take hours to diagnose
Possible direct short in compressor clutch. Disconnect wiring harness from compressor and then turn AC on> If fuse doesn't blow, then problem is in compressor/clutch. Suspect it to be seized. If fuse blows while compressor disconnected then problem in wiring.
have you examined all of your headlight bulb sockets for any heat/fire damage? even if not, pull the bulbs, and use an appropriate headlight socket insulating grease to reduce temps and avoid corrosion.
when headlight bulbs are changed, it is suggested to use a socket grease insulator to seal them from humidity/corrosion AND to lower socket temps. without this grease, the headlight sockets could possibly catch fire and/or melt, and, if the exposed wiring then shorts, it would blow a fuse.
that fuse could be burning out because of the oxygen sensors. Change them out. See if that takes care of the issue. If not then on the under hood fuse block unhook the black and white connections. Try the a/c again. If it does not blow the fuse, hook one of those back up and see, If they both blow the fuse. trace the red and yellow wire to check for shorts.
Three possibilities; All related to blown fuses, 1- Fuse blown in the engine compartment LH. 2- Fuse blown in the cabin forward LH below the dashboard (below your legs left hand). 3- Fuse blown in the harness (wire bundles) below the dashboard very easy to reach with your hands “just look underneath steering wheel ". U said " The air conditioner blows, but the air is not cold. " Yes only the fan working which might receiving power independent all from those other mentioned things. If all fuses OK. Then look for broken wires. Regards; MAR