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Fuse # 10 at drivers door fuse box keeps blowing. It would blow once a week at first, now it blows immeadeately. Please advise.

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    the fuse n° doesnt tell me what circuit it is operating,1 thing for sure its shorts out,could be a component or damaged wiring.tell me what circuit or whats no working,fuse 10 is only n° on fuse panel!

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I worked on an 05 and the passenger side foglight had both the wires touching causing Hell kept blowing number 10 inside driver door fuse box when attempting to crank the engine

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You have a short in that circuit get you a wiring diagram at the library for your car model and trace the wires most likely one is necked and every time it makes contact with the car body it blows the fuse, it is a pains taking task but can be done just be pationt

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