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Jvc RX-515v blows fuse replace power on blows again

Fuse eeps blowing replace it and it blows again on stand by want to test with volt meter how and what do i test first

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could be several things, speaker wires touching,shorted output transistors, a shorted rectifier diode,bad filter caps in the power supply,those are the most common

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Blown inj fuse


It could be a short in the wiring-a bare wire touching metal, but sometimes an injector will go bad and short out blowing the fuse. Try unplugging all the injectors, then put new fuse in and turn key on. If fuse blows again, it must be a bad wire in the injector circuit. Each injector has a power wire and a ground wire, the power wire probably derives from the engine computer, and the ground wire definitely goes to the computer.
If the fuse didn't blow right away, try connecting one injector at a time (key on). If connecting one injector causes the fuse to blow-that is a shorted injector. It will have to be replaced.
If connecting all injectors did not blow the fuse, try the wiggle test on the wires, with key on. You may cause the fuse to blow by wiggling or moving a section of wire, and that is the likely source of the short. Separate the wires and examine them closely. Look for exposed wire, melted insulation, things like that. Look for where the wiring harnesses may chaff or rub against something, may be stretched or stressed. If you still can't find it, you may need to run continuity or resistance tests on each individual injector wire. For that you would need a multimeter, a good digital volt ohm meter (DVOM) at a reasonable price is a necessity for automotive work.

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I have a jvc kds-16 receiver. It has been working for about 5 months with no issues. Now there is power to the head unit but I have no sound. I have checked all of the connections, nothing is loose, the...


buy a digital volt meter and start checking fuses for the radio at fuse panel . if blow replace it . if not blown remove radio from dash check to see if radio is still grounded . if still grounded take the volt meter turn on to dc volts and take black test lead touch to your radios ground the touch the red test lead to the red with to see if you get 12 volt with car on if not need to find out why .. take to professsinal ..

you can also check the yellow wire on radio it should have 12 volts allways doesnt matter if car in off or running this saves memory for clock and station presets.

if every thing is test out right then you need to buy new radio ..

if you dont feel good about doing this yourself find a mecp car audio installer and have them troubleshoot your problem maybe expensive but a good tech could find out problem with in the first 30 to 45 minutes it get 35.00 per hour to troubleshoot car audio system ...


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you must have a digital volt meter and to find this out .
1. remove radio
2. take the volt meter and turn it onto dc voltage
3 take the black test lead and put it on ground for the radio it will be black find in harness on back of radio .
4 take the red test lead and find the yellow wire this is constant power must have 12 volt on wire doesnt matter if the car is running or off this wire is from battery it gives the radio power to save station presets and the clock and return the cd to were it left off from when radio turned off.

if no power at yellow wire go to fuse panel and use your digital voltmeter to check fuses for a blow fuse . take the meter turn it on meter to dc voltage and the take black test lead and find a good ground (clean piece of metal and then the red test lead start touching testing the fuses.


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on the fuse there is the amp rating in the dead center on either side of the rating is the blads of the fuse expose to test the fuse touch the red test lead to the left and see if you get 12 volts. then test the right side of the fuse to see if you get 12 volts if not fuse is blown . do this to all the fuses untile you find a blow fuse you could just pull one fuse at a time untile you find blow fuse. if you do this make sure right amp fuse get back to the right spot in fuse pannel. if not you could have a fire maybe or melt something in car if a circuit fails and goes to blow fuse and fuse is too big and fuse doesnt blow ....

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if you have a digital volt meter check powers at radio to see if your getting a good ground ..

take the black test lead of the meter put it on the ground were you mounted ground wire. then take the positve red test lead and the touch the red wire on harness from radio to see if there is 12 volts

and the do the same for the yellow wire constant power must have 12 volts all so if you get nothing either its a bad ground or fuse is blow then check fuses if everything is good and no fuses or blow then the radio is bad ....

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JVC RX 505v stereo receiver keeps blowing fuses. Replaced fuse with specified rating (125v 5 Amp) but still keeps blowing fuse. Fuse appears black inside and I see a flash when I apply power. Can...


The likely cause of this is a dead short in the power supply. I don't receal the specifics of this unit, but there should be a set of four(4) diodes or a single bridge rectifier in the main power supply area. Check this/these for a direct short using a diode checker. Other than that, the output transistors being shorted can cause hte same symptom. Without seeing the actual unit, I can not tell for sure. If you know how, check the output transistors as well. Report your results here.

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On my 1972 duster,when i blow the horn,the fuse blows and the tail lights go out also. the same fuse runs both.what could be the problem?


This sounds like the horn may have a short in it somewhere. Does the horn blow at all? Try this: Make sure you have a good fuse installed to this circuit again. Disconnect the horn and place a volt/ohm meter set to DC volts on the horn connections. If there is just 1 wire going to the horn, put that wire on the red wire of the meter. Put the black wire of the meter to a good ground, preferably the negative battery terminal. Now press the horn and see if there is a reading of around 12 Volts. If so, replace the horn. If not, and the fuse blows again, check the wiring for a fray/short to ground. When you're looking at the horn of course, make sure the positive lead isn't shorting to ground as well.

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JVC RX-318 keeps blowing fuses


could be several things, speaker wires touching,shorted output transistors, a shorted rectifier diode,bad filter caps in the power supply,those are the most common

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