fuses

Asked by Aug 10, 2016 at 03:02 PM about the 1999 Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

What would cause the 100amp fuse to
blow.replaced 1 started the car&that 1also blew

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Excessive load / draw on the circuit will burn a Fuse, it's the safety that helps prevents wires from insulation melt and potential light off and vehicle burn. The alternator uses a 100amp fuse is this what you're referring to? If so Inspect all wiring in the charging circuit.and starter circuit.

800

You seem to be indicating you replaced the "starter" Motor? Is this correct?...then the fuse went bad? Is this correct?

800

There must have been a big spark. Yes?...or.....No??

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