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Old 05-01-2019, 10:38 PM   #1
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Dizzy Fuse #10 keeps opening

2004 Saturn Ion Redline 126k miles no mods

Fuse #10 keeps opening I've changed out the pump and have unplugged everything on that circuit one by one (evap solenoid, both O2 sensors, charge pump, and MAF.) still opens I've traced all the wires and find nothing exposed or crimped. Sometimes the fuse stays closed for about 5-10 minutes before opening. I thought maybe its when I mess with the wires on that circuit is when the fuse stays closed for a bit but inevitably it opens and when it opens it keeps opening until I let it sit for awhile and then the fuse will close again for 5-10 Minutes...... I'm out of options I am thinking its the Body Control Module or Power Control Module or something!


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