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.

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

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

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