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When a fuse blows the engine stops running

(2001 Suzuki Grand Vitara)
in Rio Rancho, NM on May 17, 2011
The engine fuse is blowing intermittently what could be causing the problem? Recent items worked on the timing belt was change and now sweeks sometimes. A relay was replaced resently.

mclinton113@gmail.com
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on May 17, 2011
There is an intermittent electrical short somewhere in the engine control system. You need to take it to a shop who can trace down the problem. Which relay was replaced? Were the correct one was used??

Zee
on December 11, 2011
Loose connection to the main relay/fuse block in the engine compartment. Common on all Sprints/Sidekicks/Swifts. Remove the relay fuse block, look at where the positive power from the battery enters it, bet you'll see loads of carbon!
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