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Dodge NEON Blowing Fuses

Discussion in 'Car Forum' started by mossy500camo, May 8, 2006.

  1. mossy500camo

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    Hi! I have a 95 Dodge Neon that was recently purchased due to HIGH gas prices. I have a problem /w this thing blowing fuses. Ignition fuse, HD light lt fuse, Stop light fuse? ( I guess that it means Brake light fuse). These fuses keep blowing for no reason. Any Ideas or suggestions what might be causing this? Thanks!:beer:
     
  2. OUSooner

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    Love how you started a Neon thread with Hi! Sorry couldn't resist. Sounds like you have a short somewhere. I would start by checking ground wires and go from there. Electrical problems can be a pita. Could be why the last owner got rid of it. Btw, that thing got a Hemi? Sorry again.:beer:
     


  3. mossy500camo

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    Yep!:cool: :beer:
     
  4. Slacker

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    I'll second the theory of it having a short somewhere. Start by looking around the body to see if it has been involved in a wreck. If so, check the wireing in that area both inside and outside the car. Look around the engine compartment real good at all the wireing harness connections. A short is a pita to find. good luck
     
  5. autoparts

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    Blown ignition fuse and light fuses might indicate a bad multi-function switch (all the switches that are part of the turn signal arm). See if you can blow a fuse by using just that switch. Turn the turn signals, headlights, etc. on and off repeatedly. Good luck tracking the problem down.