What would cause the engine fuse to continually blow in a 1983 Mazda 626?

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Short to ground or overloaded circuit
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What would cause the light fuse to continually blow on a 1994 Geo causing no interior or rear lights?

Answer . \nBy "rear lights" I assume you mean the tail lamps and not the stop lamps. My first response is to ask whether you've added any new equipment (radio, CD player, etc.) lately. You obviously have an overload on the circuit. Finding what's causing it (a direct short, too high a demand - (MORE)

What would cause a ecm b fuse on a 2000 gmc sierra to continually blow?

Depending on what engine is in the vehicle it may not have a distributor. If the engine is the 5.7L it does have a distributor. If you have the 4.8L or the 5.3L these engines do not have distributors. Does your fuel gauge work properly? A short in the internal fuel pump wiring will cause the ECM B f (MORE)

What causes the 80 amp main fuse on a 95 Mazda protege to blow?

Answer . A fuse of that size will only blow when something significant occurs. Has the vehicle been jump started with reverse polarity on the cables? Has the battery shorted or some other condition occurred that causes full current to go through the 80 amp fuse either from the battery or from the (MORE)

Why would taillights on a Mazda 626 not come on if the fuse is not blown?

Answer . If you mean the "BRAKE LIGHTS", it could be the switch, the turn signal switch, broken wires or bad connection in the wires or a faulty ground. If you mean the tail lights that come on with the headlights, it could be a bad headlight switch, burned out bulbs, bad wires or connection or a (MORE)

Why would the audio fuse continue to blow if there is no short in the radio or CD changer?

impossible, there must be a short or it wouldn't blow. first check to see if anything is crossed, like anywhere as in behind the radio the neg and pos wires are switched. second, check the fuse panel for condensation or water leaks coming from anywhere. and lastly id suggest making sure you have the (MORE)

What would cause the rear hatch lock-unlock not to work on a 1989 Mazda 626?

There is a little switch beside the light inside the hatch. When you open the hatch, look up at the inside back of the hatch lid, where the inside light is. The light itself has a switch to keep the light off, so that you can leave the hatch open without the light beeing on. Then, beside the light ( (MORE)

What would cause a 1996 Mazda 626 to a make metal tapping lifter noise?

Answer . metallic tapping that becomes faster as the engine speed increases indicates valve tapping. one or more of your valves clearances are misadjusted. to help you find out which one it is cut a small section of hose, put one end to your ear and place the other end on different spots along t (MORE)

What would cause the fuse to the tail lights and dash lights to blow on a 1993 Mazda 323 when the lights are turned on?

Answer . A couple possibilities: 1) the insulation from a wire is damaged and the wire is in contact with the frame of the vehicle. 2) A socket is damaged or the bulb is put in wrong or damaged. 3) if the vehicle has a trailer light plug, it could be wired wrong or damaged. 4) the light switch or (MORE)

What causes the engine to stall when you press the brakes on 1995 Mazda 626?

Answer . Does it do it in park, or Drive or Reverse?\nIs it an automatic, or manual car?\nI'm assuming Automatic but could be wrong.\n. \nCheck Idle speed. \nSet to specifications in Service manual.\n. \nA vacuum leak can cause stalling.\nWhen using your brakes you pull even more vacuum off th (MORE)

What engine does a Mazda 626 DX have?

Answer . If you can't find a sticker under the hood anywhere, get your serial number and call the dealer. They will tell you anything you want to know about the car. They can even tell you where it was made.

What would cause a 30A engine control fuse to keep blowing on a 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee Ltd?

Answer . There is a dead short somewhere. If there has not been any damage to the vehicle to cause a possible short it is a process of elimination. Battery cable touching frame? Disconnect the heavy wire from the back of the alternator and see if it blows. Amp for the radio? What doesn't w (MORE)

What could be causing the fuse to the dash and headlights to continue blowing?

Answer . You have a short somewhere in the circuit. Trace the wires out paying close attention to where the wires go thru firewall, around sharp edges. Look for melted insulation or burnt areas. Always put manufacturers rated fuse , don't put the biggest one you can find in it to stop it from bl (MORE)

What causes the Mazda Millenia Engine Fuse to short out blown fuse?

The trick is to check for a short somewhere in the electrical system. Here is what I found on my MPV, maybe it will help: check the wiring inside the vehicle on the passenger side under the dashboard near the fire wall. The on-board computer (i.e., metallic box mounted right above where the passenge (MORE)

Would a bad voltage reulator cause fuses to blow?

Years ago this problem was very frequent. Charging systems are far more advanced now.If the voltage regulator is bad, I can see that the higher than expected voltage increased the current, causing the fusing to blow out. However, if the voltage regulator is good (if the voltage regulator is on t (MORE)

What is a room fuse in a 2000 Mazda 626?

If the room fuse is blown out; the radio will not work, the power locks will not work properly, the vanity mirror lights will not work, the interior lights and trunk light will not turn on.

What would cause the dashlights and taillights fuse on a 1995 Mazda MX-6 to blow even when the fuse was just replaced?

Answer 1 . A conductor [wire] is capable of carrying only a limited amount of electrical current [measured in Amps] without overheating, which could result in damage to the insulation on the wire, or in the worst case, a fire!. A fuse [or circuit breaker] is a device designed to limit the flow o (MORE)

What would cause the cooling fan to constantly run on a Mazda 626 1999 model?

\nAnswer: If you mean your radiator cooling fan, it most likely is a grounded or shorted circuit from the "cooling fan sensor" (internal) or a pinched wire. Depends on when it happened: was there any work done prior to this happening? IF not, then the sensor is most likely the issue. In this cas (MORE)

What causes the ac fuses to keep blowing in a 1996 Mazda 626dx?

Fuses blow because of a bad wire, bad switch, or bad motor. First, check the wiring. Look for a bad wire. Shake the switches and solenoids, etc. See if one rattles. Start it up and see if a motor acts bad. Check the fluid level. It may be running low on refrigerant and the motor might be heating up. (MORE)

What causes the main engine fuse 80A to keep blowing?

Fuses That "Blow" Repeatedly . Fuses [and Circuit Breakers] are safety devices designed and installed in electrical circuits TO PROTECT the conductors [wires] from short circuits and overload [too many power using devices, or too large] conditions which can cause extreme overheating that can resu (MORE)

What would cause blinker fuses to continue to blow?

Fuses That "Blow" Repeatedly . Without being able to "hands on" troubleshoot the circuit served by the repeatedly blowing fuse, no one can identify the specific cause/defect. . The following generic answer applies to any electrical circuit, whether in a vehicle or in a building, or whether alte (MORE)

Why does my 10 Amp Fuse keep blowing in Mazda 626?

Fuses That "Keep Blowing" Repeatedly Without being able to "hands on" troubleshoot the circuit served by the repeatedly blowing fuse, no one can identify the specific cause / defect which is causing your problem. However, the following generic answer applies to any electrical circuit , whet (MORE)

What would cause multiple fuses to blow?

A fuse always blows for excessive current. Either the device it is protecting is going bad and drawing excessive current, or you have a short in the wiring (or device). Are you using the right value of fuse ? If this involves your brake lights or turn signals, it could be the bulb itself. Quite ofte (MORE)

Why does the tail light fuse blow in your 97 Mazda 626?

Fuses That "Blow" Repeatedly Without being able to "hands on" troubleshoot the circuit served by the repeatedly blowing fuse, no one can identify the specific cause/defect which is causing your problem . Therefore, the following generic answer can be applied to any electrical circuit , whether (MORE)

What would cause a 1999 Mazda protege to blow the fuse that feeds dash gauges?

Fuses That "Blow" Repeatedly Without being able to "hands on" troubleshoot the circuit served by the repeatedly blowing fuse, none of us can identify the specific defect which is causing your problem . Therefore, the following generic answer can be applied to any electrical circuit , whethe (MORE)

What causes a fuse to blow for reverse lights on a Mazda truck?

Fuses That "Blow" Repeatedly Without being able to "hands on" troubleshoot the circuit served by the repeatedly blowing fuse, none of us can identify the specific defect which is causing your problem . Therefore, the following generic answer can be applied to any electrical circuit , wh (MORE)

What would cause the fuses to continuously blow in a 1991 Buick Century?

Fuses That "Blow" Repeatedly Without being able to "hands on" troubleshoot the circuit served by the repeatedly blowing fuse, none of us can identify the specific defect which is causing your problem . Therefore, the following generic answer can be applied to any electrical circuit , wh (MORE)

What would cause fuses to blow continuously in a 1998 dodge stratus?

Any of them my 1986 BMW had a wire that was arking and was blowing 2-3 diffrent fuses at a time could be bad wiring Excessive current from most anywhere. What fuse, look at the fuse access cover or the book to see what circuit (horn, lighter,lights etc) to see which fuse is opening (most folks s (MORE)

What would cause an inline fuel pump to run continuously in a Mazda Navajo AFTER the engine is turned off - Runs all night?

Could be a "sticking" mechanical relay / if doesn't turn off or drop out the circuit, when it should. Power is flowing to the electric pump. In a fuel injection circuit the fuel pump turns on with the ingnition switch and runs until it reaches a pressure: cutoff point (where it stops) or set point (MORE)

What would cause the dome lamp fuse to blow?

Old fuses, or too small a rating, or poor connections at the fuse may cause it to blow once, but not again. Dome lights run Hot, so, burnt insulation from the heat can cause a short in the dome light housing. Also a pinched wire. I had to put heat shrink over the connections in my '80 Chevy's dom (MORE)