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This indicates there is a short on this fuses circuit.The bumpy road setting off this short usually indicates this is an issue with wiring from this fuse to the components it leads to is shorting out to ground and the wiring from the fuse will need to be traced to locate and correct this short here.To make sure it isn't a component the fuse feeds that is shorting out the components it feeds power to will need disconnected to see if the short goes away.If it does go away with one of the components disconnected this indicates the component disconnected needs replaced.
Most common though for this issue is usually shorted wiring leading off of the fuse at fault needing replaced.
Just so I can make sure I check the correct fuse can you tell me what fuse block this is located in?
O.k.,unfortunately my info is not showing this fuses power output or input.If you locate the fuse chart usually in the interior or trunk fuse panel it may tell you what this fuse feeds.If you are unable to locate this paper fuse chart let me know.
O.k.,looking at the chart it covers the engine electronics as well as emergency stop (if equipped).Usually this indicates this covers the engine electrical components which may include the engine computer.I would check the wiring from this fuse to the engine components as well as wiring under the hood for any wiring damage needing repaired to correct this here.