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Re: 91 regal fuses
The motor to the wipers may be burning out. when a motor from the wiper starts to go bad it pulls more amps. You can try to disconnect the wiper motor and see idf the fuse does not blow. If you disconnect the wiper motor and see the fuse does not blow this may be a sign the motor is bad. Replace it and all should be well. P.S. if you remove the motor and the fuse still blows it may be there is a short some where in the electrical system of the switch to the wiper system.
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well if it keeps blowing fuses then there is something wrong internally check all the solder points incase any have worn or melted onto another one causing short circuit or check for dust and also check all the resistors
It is far more likely that the fuse or ground connection is loose or corroded instead of a short. A short means the power is connected to ground and blowing a fuse. It could be internal to the monitor, but then the power LED would stay bright. If it blinks out as well, then it is not inside the monitor, but the wiring to and from it.
If it is the monitor, then if it is less then a year old, it must be covered by warranty. You may have to send it in however. And you should check it first with direct connections from a good power source and ground.
There won't be a fuse just for the "ding ding" It will be linked to other components. If you open you incar fuse box, and have a look at the lid, it should give you a rundown of where the fuses go, and what they are attached to. If you pull the fuse for the alert sound, it may take out some other things. In all, there is a short somewhere in the wiring for it to activate constantly. Take it to a mechainc and get him to do a "continuity test" on your fuse box wiring, or you harness.
well i guest our gradpa blown a fuses i mean not is ours check interior light fuse very easy get a test light ground 1 end to metal of car good ground on the fuse there 2 little metal hole car running and light on with test light touch each side of the fuse good fuse gonna light up bad one only 1 side gonna light up you can always remove 1 by 1 be carefull to put the fuse back were day belong hope it will fix the problem cheers
i'd say use a small value, such as 5 amp or less. did you wire this up yourself? most stuff like this comes with an in-line fuse already built into the red power wire. in that case you wouldn't need to have additional fusing.