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sounds like an earth problem , check the witing to the indicators for wear , good connection etc , do this to all indicaters , if not experienced in auto electrics worth getting an mechanic , will save you time and money
Using a smaller fuse should make the problem happen more often. A mechanic would unplug the pump harness at the tank and check the circuit for high resistance or a short to ground. If nothing is found in the harness, I would suspect the pump in the tank.
I assume that you have the correct amperage fuse fitted, and that the plug and socket are o/k.
I would start by unplugging the motor lead from the motor, if it still blows, remove the leads from the heater
.If it still blows, then it could any one of a number of things.
However, there is more than a good chance, it will be the heater or motor.
If it is the motor that has caused the problem then before you do anything about it, check the control module in the top of the washer,as there is a very strong possibility that it will have blown the board, I have come across this on many occasions.
This being the case, then it is not going to be economical to repair.
Hope this helps.
try and take not when it blows to what is on a/c or blows when using windows or straight away
can put head light globe into fuse location head light lights up bright when short is present so you can then locate problem