The device that the fuse is protecting is causing the fuse to blow. It could be in the conductors that feed the device. Disconnect the device and see if the fuse blows. If it doesn't, then the wiring to the device is good. If the device is a motor load it could be seized bearing that cause the problem. With the rotor stalled the current will go high and blow the fuse. If you know an electrician, see if the device can be meggered to see if the internal wiring has gone to ground and is short circuiting as this will also cause a fuse to blow.
Fuses have two basic ratings. The first is current rating. The current rating is the amount of current that a fuse will safely pass before blowing. When the current flow through a fuse exceeds its rating, it opens up and breaks the circuit. If a fuse has a 5 A rating, it will open as current flow through it exceeds 5 amps. It is useful to note that there are some fuses that are designated as time delay. These fuses will sustain current in excess to their current rating for a short period before blowing. The fuse that blows immediately when its rated current is exceeded is an instantaneous fuse. The other way fuses are rated is by voltage. So when selecting a fuse, be sure that both the current and voltage rating are suitable for the application.Fuse rating is the permissible minimal current to pass in the fuse element,without causing the fuse to blow or melt.
Most of the time this is a corroded or bad lighter. Disconnect the lighter and if it no longer blows the fuse, replace the lighter and lighter receptacle.
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Yes, on many cars the dash lights and the tailights are fused together. If it keeps blowing fuses, you may have a corroded tailight bulb. I hope this helps you. Mark could possibly be the headlight switch as well
Dead short in circuit Remove all bulbs and sockets Replace fuse and start replacing bulbs one at a time to determine where problem exists so you can repair
some emc squash the wiring harness and end up breaking wires which earth out on the body and cause shorting out which causes the blowing of fuses
if it keeps blowing fuses, look for a bare wire going into the fuse panel or a bad ground wire. There is a direct current all the time to keep blowing the fuse.
Short or incorrect size fuse. Make sure you are installing the correct fuse. If so, look for a short in the wiring.
it depends on what you drive if its some kind of car under neath the hood on the right side with a box covering it or look below the steering wheel above the collom
Either a dead short or overload in circuit? Remove all bulbs turn on sigenal switch and replace one bulb at a time until fuse blows then check that socket for short to ground
You have a short circuit that keeps blowing the fuse. Find and repair the short before putting a in new fuse.
Most of the time the air compressor is locked up.
sounds like just a blown fuse. get you owners manaual out and find the listings for the fuses.
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The difference between MDL fuses and ADL fuses are that MDL fuses are a slow blow fuse with a long time lag. ADL fuses on the other hand, are normal blow fuses with a medium time lag.
you have a bad ground or a hot wire is touching something it shouldn't be.. the reason it also happens when u put it in reverse is because of the reverse lights, check the wiring on both of your taillights
...a short in the system somewhere? Did you have any electronic work done recently? Have you checked your fuses? Does it keep blowing the same fuses? I had a problem just like that once before and it turned out to be a penny stuck in the cigarette lighter. Another time I hooked up a wire wrong while I was installing a stereo and when I turned on the headlights, it would blow all my fuses. Schtuff happens!