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So AFM, I have a small problem.

My car keeps blowing fuse #31, which controls my windshield wipers, and my radio/cd player, and is a 15 amp fuse.. Is there some regulator or something that's not working properly or something?

I don't have the owners book thing, but I think it's wierd that 1 fuse controls the radio and windshield wipers. Is this correct? Or did some retard wire up something wrong before me?


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Oem radio

is the radio original? if its not, maybe he hooked up power wire from wipers? yes it is weird for wiper and radio on same fuze..your fuze box in car should have schedule of what fuze goes where/ ? some trouble shooting is in order, but should not be a hard thing to fix. keep us updated when you find out,,may help someone else..

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All the in car fuse box has is numbers. And yep it's the factory radio. I'm confused.

1988 Mustang GT-306 with forged flat tops, gt-40s, E-303 with 1.7 rr's, Trickflow Track heat intake, 70 mm PP TB, 73 mm C&L maf, BBK blue cai filter, BBK shorties, O/R X-pipe, Dynomax VT's, t-5 and 4.10s
Walbro 255 lph FP, FRPP 24LB, ADJ FPR

2004 Mach 1
Full SLP exhaust.. 12.9 at 108 with a 2.1 60'.. so far.
4.10s, 31 spline axles, Terminator diff just installed...
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disconnect the radio and see if it stops doing it. Factory radio could be shorted out.


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It hasn't did it again yet. hmmmmmmmm

1988 Mustang GT-306 with forged flat tops, gt-40s, E-303 with 1.7 rr's, Trickflow Track heat intake, 70 mm PP TB, 73 mm C&L maf, BBK blue cai filter, BBK shorties, O/R X-pipe, Dynomax VT's, t-5 and 4.10s
Walbro 255 lph FP, FRPP 24LB, ADJ FPR

2004 Mach 1
Full SLP exhaust.. 12.9 at 108 with a 2.1 60'.. so far.
4.10s, 31 spline axles, Terminator diff just installed...
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