Having repair info manual is all well an good , but not knowing how to use the info. won't do you any good . Fuse's that blow means that there is an electrical short circuit on the wiring that fuse protects . Looking at electrical distribution diagrams to see what all that fuse supply's battery voltage too an isolating them until you find the problem circuit . Videos on youtube showing how to find a short circuit .
Training is how professional technicians solve this type problem's . Plus there is enough free info on the internet that a problem like this could be fixed without paying for repair manual . Free wiring diagrams here http://www.bbbind.com/free-tsb
Enter vehicle info. year , make , model an engine size. The ETC / ECM fuse supply's battery voltage to the engine computer an the electronic throttle control system . If you know any of this , your best bet would be to take it to a qualified repair shop , not pay for a repair manual . That would be a waste of money
Click on the link, there are some specs. On the right side, the first set of numbers is ft lbs. I see the hub nut spec. If that isn't what you need, can you be more specific?
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Sometimes these radios have what is called a logic lock up. First thing to try is to remove BOTH positive and negative cables from the battery. Then while holding both cables away from the battery, touch the metal ends of the cables together and hold for 20 seconds. This will usually reset locked electronic modules. Hook them back up to the battery and try radio.
You need to replace the pig tail connector for the blower resistor. The contacts corrode/burn and will take out the new resistor. The actuator motor needs to be cycled through all modes to "learn" where it is.
difficult one this ,without doing the tests myself its difficult -? slow cranking is either a iffy battery ,or too small for the current draw ,failing which its the windings on the starter motor ? now if as you say these have been checked then only one thing left and thats to renew or fit another one to double up so to speak and the earth strap from chassis to engine but i would be inclined to fit another cable from battery negative to the engine direct and see what happens ,