1997 Saturn SL1 • 177,000 miles
"I was driving and my car died out on me and now it wont start. Checking the fuses under the hood, I found a fuse (INJ) was blown. I replaced the fuse and when I tried to start the car, the fuse blew again. What is it that would cause this to happen?"
April 25, 2013.
April 25, 2013.
Does it blow with key on or engine cranking, Or both? Maybe you have a faulty injector? You could do an injector ohms test, hot and cold, see if one is different than the other? Around 12 ohms.
Could possiblity be wiring circuit problem? I'd still want to check injectors. With key on, no crank, injectors shouldn't be grounded. If one is grounded maybe wiring problem? If all are grounded, maybe pcm problem?
Ok, I will check on that. Thank you so much for your input. I really appreciate it. I will let you know how it turns out. Thanks again.
I drive a mazda soho 121 1998 model and my flickers and fan on the inside does not work, however in the fuse box just below the steering wheel the ports where the fuses plug in are ...
1 answer • 1998 Mazda 121 • 108,000 miles
I have a Saab 9-3 convertible (1998). The Maxi fuse (number 5), has blown. I fitted a new fuse, started the car for a few seconds, and checked the fuse to find it was again blown. I ...
1 answer • 1998 SAAB 9-3 • 112 miles
I have a 1999 Pontiac Montana, and had to replace a blown Maxi fuse for the ignition, it started up after replacing it but upon starting agin it blows the fuse again....why?
8 answers • 1999 Pontiac Montana
My fuse blown on my headlights but i don't know which fuse it is because the fuse cover is missing with the numbers of different parts. i drive a 93' Chrysler New Yorker 3.3 engine
1 answer • 1993 Chrysler New Yorker • 196,500 miles