1999 Mercury Villager 6 cyl Front Wheel Drive Automatic 166000 miles
The fuse for the Power windows, Power Lock, Sun roof, Power seats and Power mirrors burned. I changed it an it worked. I used the power lock to open all the doors and next time I wanted to use the poer lock to lock the car the fuse was burned again. I checked in the front doors if there was a wired bad or touching the frame somehow but I could not find any sign of a bad wire. I can hear a clicking behind the steering wheel when I hit the power lock switch. Check it out and I seems to come from the SEC box. I guess thats what it is.
Your going to have to use the " process of elimination here to find which system on this particular fuse is the culprit. With a new fuse in place, try each system on that circuit one at a time until the fuse blows. When you determine what is causing the fuse to blow, we can go from there.
April, 5, 2009 AT 8:03 PM
It is definitely the power lock circuit. All the other ones work just fine.
April, 5, 2009 AT 9:12 PM
Does it blow the fuse instantly when you replace it, or is it when you activate a window? If the fuse blows only when you activate, is it a particular window or "any window?
April, 8, 2009 AT 10:35 AM
When I replace the fuse and use the power windows the fuse does not blow. It is only when I unlock/lock the doors that the fuse blows out, then I am not able to use the windows, sunroof, etc.
April, 8, 2009 AT 3:43 PM
One of your power lock solenoids may be shorted. Does the fuse blow even if the passenger door is actuated from the passenger side?
I forgot 1 diagram on this post.
April, 8, 2009 AT 5:51 PM
Yes, I thought by avoiding using the locks, I would make sure that the fuse did not blow again until I figured the power locks thing out. It blew anyway, today. There was a funny smell in the car like burning. It may have been the fuse going out. Where are the solanoids located?