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Im putting the fuse in for the ignition.(Thats what the book says) and the fuse keeps blowing every time we put it in. I think I have a wire messed up somewhere. But the question is ? where do you think we need to check?

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You need a wiring diagram of the problem circuit

You need basic electricity knowledge and a VOM Meter

Don't have that, take to a repair shop

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