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Old 12-09-2014, 10:33 AM
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I have an 01 f250 5.4l standard. #19 fuse keeps blowing. I hAve taken the gauge cluster out and do not see any wires melted or burned. It blows the fuse as soon as I turn the key over. I have read things saying the overdrive but that doesn't help with mine. Anyone have any ideas?
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I have an 01 f250 5.4l standard. #19 fuse keeps blowing. I hAve taken the gauge cluster out and do not see any wires melted or burned. It blows the fuse as soon as I turn the key over. I have read things saying the overdrive but that doesn't help with mine. Anyone have any ideas?
What amperage is that fuse? Some diagrams show that it's a 15 amp, air bag, 10 amp gem modules/ dash cluster, and also a 20 amp fuel pump relay.
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It is the 10 amp. All I can see that it controls is my gauges. Everything else is working
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Has it rained lately or have you experienced the windshield leak so common here? If so, maybe you've fried the GEM module.
Other factors could be dome lights staying on or not working properly, windshield wipers or windows work intermittently, or the truck acts up differently with temperature change.
That 10 amp fuse works several other items including the dash lights and dome lights. See the attached picture.


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Everything else is working I will check the gem module. We have had rain. I have not noticed anywhere leaking on the windshield. Thank you
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