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There is a dark blue/light green wire that goes from ignition switch back to fuse box. If this fuse is blowing it either means wire is shorting to ground or ignition switch has failed. Access wire going to ignition switch to see if dark blue/green wire shorted to ground, if so then run a new wire. If not then replace the ignition switch. Let me know how it goes or if you have more questions. Thanks
Sounds good, I'll talk to you then. Thanks.
I'm afraid not, if it was anything else there would be other fuses blowing. I would recommend buying a used one to save money. Let me know if you have more questions, thanks.
Let me look into this some more, thanks.
It looks like there are two diagrams in my manual for this fuse. The other diagram shows some other circuits. Check to see if red/light green wire at pin 7 of fuse box is shorted to ground. If so disconnect each coil one at a time to see if short goes away, if so replace that coil. Let me know, thanks.
Does fuse stop blowing if keeping fan unplugged?
Ok, then that wouldn't cause the problem. Did you ever check to see if red/light green wire at pin 7 of fuse box is shorted to ground?
Ok, I misread what you said. If fuse DOES stop blowing with fan unplugged then fan needs to be replaced. Let me know how it goes, sorry about the confusion. Thanks.
No problem, let me know how it turns out or if you would like instructions to replace fan. Thanks.