Well if the ding bat who posted those diagrams had paid attention you would not have two of the same ones, sorry about that. The other image shows the fuse panel and which way the fuses are labelled.
From your description I am going to say it is fuse C as it feeds the ignition switch. G feeds the headlight circuits.
So the fuse blows as soon as you turn the key to the start position? It does not blow when simply turned on?
The third image shows the fuses and circuits powered off of that fuse. From the description I believe you have a short in either the ignition switch itself or in the wiring from it. Most of the circuits after the switch are fused lower than 40, they should blow first if they are at fault.
So I would look at the wiring coming down the steering column and from the switch to the other areas. You are looking for rubbed through or pinched wires.
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Friday, November 3rd, 2017 AT 6:45 PM