Mercury Repair Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
Welcome, I'm Chris (aka Moose).
Do you know the fuse number and amp?
Are you able to do some electrical testing?
None of the 30 amp fuses are for engine controls. Can you look at this diagram and tell me which fuse is failing?
Previously it was a 30 amp fuse failing, now it is a 60 amp fuse. You say its a a engine module fuse. There are 2 60 amp fuses #2 engine cooling fan and #3 ABS and Blower. With one of those is failing?
You can use the diagram I sent and tell me the fuse number which would help alot better.
Is it fuse 9
Please look at the file I sent and verify prior to me diagnosing this?
Thanks, ***** ***** be easier to say what this circuit does not power. There are alot of things and wires to possibly blame.
If the fuse does not fail with the key on then start plugging in things one by one till the fuse fails, meaning that component is faulty. If the fuse fails with everything unplugged then there is a wire shorted to ground SOME WHERE. A more common short is the wiring to the O2 sensors, which your disabling in step one with fuse 13 removed.
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