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Fuse blowes - 1989 Chevrolet Camaro

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  • mrhildebrand Aug 04, 2008

    1989 camaro IROC Z convertable

    Fuse blowes (f/p fan c/h) top row second from left.

    WHY?

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Usually when a fuse blows it's because the wires leading to it have a short, in turn the fuse will blow to protect the rest of the systems....check all your cords for consistency and frays (could be contacting the metal and creating surges) if you find any that's most likely your problem.

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