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Old 12-22-2004, 08:24 AM
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F250 Gauge Fuse Blowing

I'm having some issues trying to find out what keeps blowing the #35 Instrument Cluster Gauge fuse on a 2002 F250 Lariat. It blows any range from rite away to 4-5 Days later. Has anyone a clue. I have checked the black/lg wire that runs to the cluster/HEC. Got 18,000 milliAmps. Not good. Thinking its a short to ground. Also got a B1869-RCM....lamp Air Bag Warning Indicator circuit Failure, and B1203-OTC....Fuel Sender Circuit Short To Battery. I am thinking that those are related to when the fuse blows it causes those faults. Any Help is appreciated.
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Found problem , was Overdrive wiring chaffed @ shifter, arching out.....
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