I replaced the fuse and turned the key to on. Then checked the fuse, it was fine. I then started the car again and again, no problems. I drove the car 30 minutes, stopped and started it up again, still no problem. Everytime I've done something to the car to remedy the blown fuse problem, its seems to have solved the problem. Then in a day or week later, it does it again. I'm befuddled![/Quote:82f16501b7]
My wife started the car, went to town, 35 miles, called, car won't start. When she started the car in the AM, I had her turn on the lights first, to draw more current from the battery. In town she had also turned on the lights before starting the car but, this didn't do it either. Still befuddled!
Monday, June 15th, 2009 AT 1:07 PM