Join Date: Apr 2004
Location: Round Rock, TX, USA
Hard to figure this one without pulling stuff off. A "short" as you know is someplace the wires are grounding somewhere.
Now, if it's this one fuse blowing, trace the wire back from the fuse and look for a pinched wire.
If you've put lots of "farkles" installed by the dealer, well, they would be best to debug. I would suggest you speak to them first.
On the other hand, If a lot of "load" has been placed on that circuit, blowing the fuse may continue... that's not a "short", that's overloading... and not good... this is something which may not fail until a device warms up.
Don't forget.. if any "ground" is not tight/secure, that can also cause a fuse to "blow"...
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