|05-15-2007 03:43 PM|
It's fixed! I traced the A/C wires from the A/C compressor and about 5 inches into the loom the wires had kinked. This caused the insulation on both wires to wear. So, the wires were touching causing a short. Problem found and solved! So, check your A/C connections/wires because this looks like a factory made weak spot.
Thanks for all your help!
|05-09-2007 11:28 AM|
|focusfreak03||yeah, it sounds like you have some current leakage and your a/c unit is pulling more than the fuse can handle. check the whole wire, not just the connections, you could have a skinned or burnt wire that is causing the current leak|
|05-08-2007 08:59 PM|
|05-08-2007 08:47 PM|
|05-08-2007 07:33 PM|
My A/C fuse keeps blowing!
I'm new to the site and I'm hoping I can pick your brains.
The 10amp fuse to my A/C keeps blowing! This is the fuse located in the fuse panel under the hood. All the other A/C fuses are fine.
What's the deal? I've never had this issue before. One day the A/C is working like a champ then the fuse blows. Why?
I've replaced the fuse twice now and the A/C will work until I turn off the engine. Once I fire it up again and press the A/C button there's no cold air and the fuse is blown. I truly hope there isn't a serious electrical issue.
Thanks for your help and suggestions!