Okay, I attached a picture of the fuse and circled the components that it controls.
This fuse handles power to many components and any one of them could be the issue.
The correct way of checking is to disconnect one at a time all the components and see if the fuse still fails. With all the components disconnected and the fuse fails, it will be a wiring harness issue. Wires somewhere are shorting causing the failure. If the fuse does not fail, then plug in each component 1 at a time until the fuse fails. Then you will know what component has failed.
This is time consuming to trace this down.
I also attached the ac amplifier on the lower kick panel as a start. This component is directly effected by temperature and could be the culprit but needs to be verified.
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Monday, May 4th, 2020 AT 2:24 AM