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My 1995 chey blazer 4.3 keep blowing the 20amp fuse that control the horn, inside dome lites, cigarette liter and rear hatch release
You may have a short to ground meaning your wires are pinched together or you have the lead to one or more of yor devices touching metal. Thats two options the other one is one of your devices may be bad and hopefully this is the case. To test that theroy you will need to have several spare fuses. Start by unplugging one device at a time them inserting a new fuse and keep doing this process until the fuse doesnt blow then you wil have your culpret. If that doesnt work you will need an electrical specialist to track down which part of your wiring is shorting your fuse out. I would try your cigarette lighter and horn first.
on Sep 19, 2014
Steven its a 99 s 10 no power at the fuse ?
im moved you.
no power mean the voltmeter is not 12v>???????
the fuse has 2 ends, no power to me means both ends, right.>?
what fuse box, cab or bay?
that means the power ;means the fuse in cab is dead because the
MAIN fuse in the BAY is blown.
just like you home there are main fuses then sub branch fuses.
then the battery, its dead, all is dead.
1 step at time use the voltmeter and walk backwards to battery
and find the OPEN circuit. whomever it is. (chips fall where the may)
as will TRUE cause.
on Jul 03, 2014
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