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Why does the ignition fuse in my 99 Accord blow every now and again? I will be driving along with no issues, then all of a sudden I loose power everything the Honda comes to a rolling stop... What can I do?

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If you have aftermarket electronics installed, I would start there. Alarms and stuff like that can interfere with important wiring. If a fuse is blowing it is probably getting shorted out and not overcharged.

Posted on Jan 04, 2011

  • MvanSchilt Jan 04, 2011

    I meant "LOSE" power everything... I do have an amp installed, but that never gave me problems in the past... I was told that I need to check out every wire related to this fuse and find out if a wire is bare somewhere. Does this mind-numbing process need to be done? I wouldnt even know where to begin... Thx for your help.

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