On a 01 mustang gt, why does my fuse blow everytime i start my vehicle?

Asked by Dec 15, 2015 at 06:41 PM about the 2001 Ford Mustang GT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Now its to the point where there's no fire going
the the fuse that kept blowing. Now i have a no
crank no start issue. Please help.

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91,605

What fuse is that?

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6,925

Whatever the fuse is there must be a short somewhere. Have there been small woodland animals living in the cozy dry spots under the hood? Has anyone been doing any exhaust work on it?

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91,605

If my car would not start, I would blow a fuse too!

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6,925

Thats relay good.

195

Hi Jeremy, Ill try to be as helpful as possible. Which fuse keeps blowing? IFthe fuse is fuel pump/AC/Cooling Fan related, you may want to check the Constant Control Relay Module (CCRM) located in the Passenger side fender/Wheel well. Otherwise trace down the system that keeps blowing the fuse. That would at least be a good starting point. Good luck!

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