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Have you checked for any loose,damaged or corroded battery cables or cable connections at or leading from the battery to where they run and connect to at all?
How often does this fuse blow out?
Let me know so we can continue,thanks Pete.
Can you tell me which fuse panel this fuse is located in?
Was the trionic control module replaced (the engine computer)?
O.k.,this fuse feeds the Trionic control module.If there is any issues with the wiring from the fuse to the module with a short to ground this will cause the fuse to short out but if this is checked and all found to be o.k. and the DI does not correct this issue then I suspect that the Trionic control module is shorted internally needing replaced.I have seen this short out before in the past and cause the issues here.
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The best way I have found unfortunately since this short can be anywhere is to follow the wire from the fuse to the control unit itself inspecting the wire along the way.This can be time consuming but is the best way to locate the source of the short.If no short is found then the control module needs replaced.
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