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2004 gt 4.6 blows starter fuse (20AMP)

Hello, I need some help . I have a 2004 gt 4.6 ,when I turn the start switch to the start position it blows the 20 amp fuse under the instrument panel when I press the clutch pedal. If I disconnect the neutral start switch and press the clutch it still blows the fuse. I replaced the starter and it does the same. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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I`m no expert, but to blow a 20A fuse I would think that you have a dead short wher you are pushing down the clutch pedal. Did you check for any loose/bare wires that are getting pushed/touched by the pedal arm?


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Here's a possible solution from another forum:

Blowing Fuse Number 9 Fixed | Mustang Forums at StangNet

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