That is absolutely not possible. A fuse link is just a piece of wire, but it's slightly smaller than the rest of the circuit it protects, so it's the weak link in the chain, so to speak. If the solenoid is shorted, that will burn out the fuse link wire. More commonly, you have the wrong solenoid. There are three versions that vary by year and transmission type.
You still didn't tell me what the symptom is. Also, what is the history that led up to this? Can you figure out where the fuse link is connected on each end so I can find it on a wiring diagram?
Monday, February 13th, 2017 AT 6:13 PM