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Hey there, this is a direct short.
If i provide you a diagram of the fuse panel can you tell me which fuse number it is?
Let me know
i already sent the diagram, click and open it.
I know yours doesn't have numbers, if it did i wouldn't need to send a diagram so you can match your LOCATION with MY NUMBER.
Factory service manuals don't have descriptions for the fuses, we have fuse #'s. We look at what accessories run of that specific fuse# ***** the wiring diagram.
All you need to do is take the diagram and compare it with your fuse panel. Then tell me which # ***** it is on the diagram thats blowing.
You sure? I am showing that as the audio fuse
that sounds right as it responds to engine control sensors
sounds like 59 is right then.
So this fuse is blowing with the KEY OFF? soon as you replace it?
Or after you turn the key to ON or START?
Thats a direct short to a pre-ignition power source in that circuit.
With all the stuff it feeds, that's not gonna be fun at all.
Let me check if there were any bulletins or anything in our system for this issue. Maybe we can simplify it.
are you at the car now?
I need you to try some things at the vehicle to narrow this down.
COuld be an issue with the ignition coils for starters.
The other thing is the electric motor mounts on these cars. They will cause this issue so you need to unplug the electric motor.
The motor mount is up by the radiator, you will see the connector for it close to the o2 sensor harness.
The circuit here is fairly large, but if you have not done any recent work that may have pinched some wires. Then the best bet is to start with the KNOWN problems on this model that run in this circuit. The first being the electric engine mount.
i got some good pics for your connectors.
there ya go!
unplug them both!
go figure, try this.
Unplug the front ignition coils.
crap just seen your reply. sorry for delay
TRy another on the circuit.
Unplug the IACV
Hope you have a large pack of fuses at this rate lol.
I know these cars also had issues with the wiring harness by the passengers side strut tower. The wires inside the harness get too tight and chafe or break.
thats the idle air control valve.
Just going to have to check the other items in the circuit unfortunately.
If you have problems identifying one let me know.
Sorry it couldn't be something common unfortunately.