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Which fuse location number is blowing?
You need to put the required fuse in the slot. 11 is a 30 amp and 12 is a 10 amp. Putting a higher amp fuse in on a shorted circuit will just melt the wires that are only designed to carry 2 amps above the fuse used.
Fuse 11 controls the drivers door module
Fuse 12 controls the HVAC controller
The most common fault for fuse 12 is going to be the wires to the AC compressor shorted out and grounded or the AC clutch field coil is faulty.
The most common fault for fuse 11 is going to be either a faulty drivers door module or a shorted wire. At the module unplug the connectors and OHM test each of the highlighted wires to ground to see if any are grounded, see below.
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