Keeps blowing fuse that keeps it from starting
1997 Plymouth Breeze

Keeps blowing fuse that keeps it from starting

(1997 Plymouth Breeze)
A 20am fuse keeps blowing that keeps it from starting
What seems to make the problem better or worse? Not sure
How long have you had this problem? Couple days
Tags: blowing fuse, plymouth, breeze
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Popular Answer
on January 08, 2018
Hello,
You will have to follow the circuit for that fuse, and identify if there is a damaged, melted, open or short wire causing the excess amperage through the fuse. Also, you may find there is significant corrosion at a connector for that circuit as well.

If you use something like alldataDIY.com, you can identify every location that circuit goes through so you don't have to tear wiring looms apart.
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on January 08, 2018
Hello,
You will have to follow the circuit for that fuse, and identify if there is a damaged, melted, open or short wire causing the excess amperage through the fuse. Also, you may find there is significant corrosion at a connector for that circuit as well.

If you use something like alldataDIY.com, you can identify every location that circuit goes through so you don't have to tear wiring looms apart.
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