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Old 08-07-2011, 07:14 PM   #1
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does anyone know why i have a specific fuse that keeps blowing?

The "clock" labeled fuse that controls all my dash gages keeps blowing out. Anyone know why?

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Could be a wire that is grounding its self somewhere. Had the same issue with aftermarket lights. Traced the lines and found a "bray" or slice in one of the wires from a rub on the frame. LIttle bit of electrical tape and no more fuse issues.

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Old 08-08-2011, 12:33 AM   #3
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disconnect the clock, then re check the circut.

Your clock work before this? my second hand works, but it thinks its been 3:00 for the past 4 years, so....
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The "clock" labeled fuse that controls all my dash gages keeps blowing out. Anyone know why?
put an aftermarket radio in recently? or have one? check the orange wire on the wiring kit.....i'll put money on it thats grounding out...maybe
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