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If you can tell me what the fuse number is ***** the fuel panel that is blowing I will look at the circuit for this fuse and see if I can help you determine the cause. Post back with this information and we can work from there.
And what circuit stops working when it blows?
This fuse feed the transmission, I would start with inspecting the harness going to the transmission for any signs of for corrosion and damage. If the harness looks okay then try unplugging it and see if the fuse holds, if it them holds the the problem is likely internal in the tranmission.
Yes with the key on.
If the fuse did not blow the the short is likely internal in the transmission and the next step would be to remove the pan and inspect the wiring for any short to ground.
If the fuse is holding with the transmission unplugged then it is likely something shorted in the transmission. Are you able to disconnect the solenoids one at a time to try and narrow it down?
Its normal for it turn off but that sure dose point to the short being in the transmission if the fuse holds. I would suspect you may have a shoted solenoid ot the wiring to it and there is no way to know for sure with out going in and checking them.
Your looking for either a shorted solenoid or a shorted circuit to them. The power circuit has to be shorted to ground if the fuse is blowing.
The best way would be to disconnect them one at a time and see if the fuse holds.