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What mite be my problem.I had someone hooking up a amp from to my 2006 skyline .he use the door speaker and somthing gone wrong an blow my raido fuse.now fast as i stick a new one in it blowing

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Might have a pinched wire creating a shot circuit which in turn blows the fuse?
Or maybe there is a dodgy/unprotected wire connection/solder creating a short?

Posted on Apr 28, 2017

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SOURCE: always blows fuses

I would get a volt/ohm/continuity meter to test the connections. You have a short somewhere. You can take it Car Auto or Tweeter and they can check it for you. Some of these places charge a $35.00 diagnostic fee. If you have a schematic diagram, you can test where the short might be.

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SOURCE: JBL Creature 2 Blowing Fuse

I think you made a mistake with your fuse.
With my JBL i can see 9,5A 41FU.

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SOURCE: is my amp getting burnt out, it keeps blowing fuses

sound like you have a a bad spkr connect the spk one by one to amp and play the system and you will know and make sure the spk can handle the load from the amp too''

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SOURCE: 2006 f150 keeps blowing turn signal fuse

It sounds like the fuse is doing what it is supposed to do, and burning out when there is a short circuit. Check the wiring from the fuse block back to the lights and pay special attention to the trailer connection.

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Make sure that is the correct amp fuse for that ,the alternator,also,check the large wire on the alternator,make sure it is not touching anything.

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