Fuse that controls gauges, power windows, etc... blow everytime car is put in gear. This renders the vehicle undriveable since it affects the transmission. The gears don't seem to want to shift when fuse is blown. Any ideas?
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well lets try a couple things to see if we can solve your issue. first off, do not start the car but turn the key to the ign. does the fuse blow? if no step on the brake. did the fuse blow? if no then put the gearshift from park to drive. did the fuse blow? did it blow? last of all look and see if you can tell me what the fuse that blows is in what circuit. Try those steps let me know what you come up with and ill be able to give you better info. thanx, rick.
Sounds like you have a wiring problem. May want to begin by determining which circuit is causing your fuse to blow. If you are not mechanically inclined, I recommend you take if to a trust worthy repair shop.
Probably a faulty door switch. Are you familiar with what I'm talking about. Little push like switches that the doors push on as they close, usually on door post by latch end, or sometimes in jamb of door at hinge end.