My fuse to the Radio and the accessory plugs keeps blowing when I start the car. It never used to do this and all of a sudden it blew. I replaced it and it blew again. I replaced it again and it blew again. Any suggestions how to fix this problem?
Blowing Fuse on 2004 Honda Odyssey
by Justin_Turk in Salt Lake City, UT on July 25, 2009
ANSWER by munkyrench on July 27, 2009
Check that nothing metallic has fallen into the accessory plug outlets and disconnect anything from the outlets. If this doesn't help, then you should have a wiring diagram so you can diagnose the circuit. Then I would try disconnecting each item in the circuit until it stops blowing the fuse. Start with the accessory plugs and work your way up to the radio and whatever else is in the circuit. Whatever you do, don't put a higher amperage fuse in! Good Luck
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