Why does my 30amp fuse for my compressor keep blowing?

Asked by Sep 20, 2016 at 07:47 PM about the 1994 Lincoln Town Car Executive

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Disconnect compressor and test line for continuity to ground, unless you don't have a meter or don't know how to check continuity, just install a new fuse, if it blows with compressor disconnected, you have a shorted wire before the compressor. If fuse doesn't blow with compressor disconnected, replace compressor

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