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When i turn on my head lights it blows my main fuse imedietly

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You have a dead short in that circuit a power wire is touching on the body swap relays and check or check pwr circuit to ground

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How do I remove the main fuse in an 02 Suzuki Grand Vitari XL7?


Sparks do fly, the last connection on the cables is ground
to a metal , on engine not battery,
this will make a small, spark. all do, that. done right.
but if done backwards, a huge spark with the 2 batteries bucking each other, and damage will happen.!
yes you may blow the main fuses,
my guess you blew the 80amp fuse in the main fuse box under hood.
did you put the new battery in correctly Plus to PLUS
and NEG to NEG lugs, if not, BOOM AGAIN.
open hood,
fuse 1, if it ok, then the others fuse to the right blew.
when fuse 1 blows, all things die. zero power to anything in car
including head lights, (head lights are always the first check)



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Can a fuse cause my 99 Trooper not to start


Answering for ENGINE will not Crank !
Or the starter motor is SILENT !
Is the IMMoblizer lamp in dash telling you why?
good questions, sure it can.!
all electrics on cars are fused, (cept starter main)
lets for get the engine, (for now)
by no lights? that mean head lights are both dead? (if yes we fix this first) {easy}
head lights work key off, so..... is panic fail, prime failure mode.
if you meant the cluster lamps only, why not say so?

if the HL are out, the battery is dead or its cables are rusted (4 ends)
or fuse blow out in main box.

if the cluster lamps are dead and for sure the CEL lamp? then the ECU has no power, and engine will never run with that dead. or IMMO lamp stuck on.
CEL = check engine light if , out,key on, the ECU has zero power.

the radio is dead , is one more prime failure.
head lights win that argument.. but i'd bet cab fuse box are dead due to PCD box under hood dead.

So, open hood, see the PDC (main fuse box)?
you check battery voltage with neg lead of meter to body metal.
it reads:
12.6 vdc or more rested is a charged battery,.
$10 meter at walfart works.
if not, bingo. bad battery cables or ground. (the cables have 4 ends,and all 4 ends can rust or even be loose)

so next check the voltage in the main box at all main fuses.
i'd bet one fuse has 12v on one side and 0v the other is a clearly blown fuse.(there)
if you need a schematic we have it.ask

the symptoms are lost main power.
the tests are easy.
with any cheap voltmeter every made.
got one?, or must we work blind?
Recap:
No cranks (is IMMO active?)
no head lamps, fuses blown for them or mains blown
CEL lamp dead in cluster key on , ECU fuses blown
or cluster fuse blown.

from your limited hints, id say them mains are blown.7388ecf3-ec1e-4fdb-b172-b274fca78a06.jpg25917427-q3trmxyjzvqfc2lfsqsrd2xd-5-2.jpg

FL1 is the main fuse.
got 12vdc on both sides if fuse? if not all is dead. the fuse blows, changing out the alternator not pulling battery neg lug(very common reason)

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My fuse in the main electrical box keeps tripping. It's the fuse for the house lights. How can I check what is doing it? Thanks in advance. Big L


is it only blowing the fuse when the fan is turned on. if it is then the motor may have gone..... if not the fan turn off all mains leaving the lighting on. and turn on lights one by one. if this does not blow the fuse. turn on as meany lights as you can until it blows. if it does this then the fuse or the trip switch is faulty and will need to be replaced. but if it does it only with the fan light or using the fan then the motor will be at fault. could be the fan starter c66 part or the motor its self.

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Radio, dash head lights, and sun visor light,


i have s40 1999 volvo interior lights and stereo was not working but dash lights and headlightswhere fine, also i had car with cross on dash bottom rhs in orange on. replaced 10 amp fuse in main fuse box under the hood rhs. it is located in triple fuse holder. it seems hard to pry of but flat bladed screwdriver new fuse all lights working and orange warning light gone.

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My 2002 ford ranger running lights and instrument panel dont work


12V power passes through 15A fuse 33 (the one that keeps blowing?) in the battery junction box and on to the main light switch. When the main light switch is set to PARK, 12 volts is routed via the BRN lead to the park filaments of the dual park/turn lamps. These lights remain on when the headlight switch is turned to HEAD.

The main light switch gets its 12V input from 7.5A fuse 11 in the central junction box and the same 15A fuse (33) identified above. When the main light switch is set to PARK, 12 volts is routed via the BRN lead to the instrument panel dimming module and module output is applied to the panel illuminating lamps.These lights remain on when the headlight switch is turned to HEAD.

The input to fuse 33 is hot all the time so should read 12V. If you read 12V at the TAN/WHT connection with the fuse out, something is definitely not right. I'm sure you have noted that the fuse is common to the non-functioning circuits you mentioned.

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You turn the handle bars to the left the head lights turn off


Sounds like you have a short. The headlight and the tail light are on the same fuse as well as a few other lights. I'd look closely right where the main harness goes from the frame to the front end. There is a lot of flexing and movement in the wiring harness in that area. Look for wires that could have been rubbed by the fairing.

Good Luck
steve

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Head light won't turn off


i have similar problem with my 95 windstar, headlights wont shut off, need to take fuse out to shut off lights, any ideas on how to fix it?

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My 96 T100 blows the tail light fuse when the head lights turned


ck rear tail light sockets for cracks broken wires. and terminals in connectors are not touching

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There is a ground not connected or a wire open that is causing it to blow

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Possible electrical problems.


I would suggest that you check to see if the battery is connected properly---correct polarity!

If connected wrong, main fuse will blow. Lights come on because power is routed through the frame (ground) briefly.
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