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1998 plymouth breeze

The fuse #8 (ign. fuel starter) keeps blowing whenever i try to start the car. What could be causing this probles.


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If you keep popping fuses everytime you try to start the car, you have a bare hot wire grounding out somewhere. That will cause the fuse to pop everytime you turn the key on. the best way to fix it is if you know someone who is good with electrical wires. Have them pull the fuse panel out and follow the wire until they find where the wire is bare. Have them fix that bad spot and that should fix your problem.

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