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Username Post: complete electrical shut down
japete92 
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02-09-19 01:46 PM - Post#2759490    
    In response to turbo38s10

  • turbo38s10 Said:
If you are burning up the fusable link I would not run the car without it. There is a reason it is blowing. Either put one back in or use a fuse, you will only burn up something else worse if you don't.

Maybe that second wire that was corroded has a short or your dimmer or headlight switch is bad but there is a problem that needs to be found. Fuses are cheaper wiring harness and cars are not.



Thanks. What I did not say was that the discussions about the 'circuit breakers' for some accessories got me thinking about using something like this:

https://www.delcity.net/store/12V-Auto-Reset- Circu...

I just need to figure out what rating is needed. Help is always appreciated.

I also did not state that as the car sits, the power seat does not work. So, that's the other wire. And it's wired incorrectly for my convertible (if I am understanding what folks have said).

I'm going to attack the dimmer switch and the power seat later. I'll leave the power seat disconnected for now, and stay away from using the headlights and dimmer switch.

Thanks for your input.

Pete
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