Causes Fuses to Blow?


Blowing of the fuse is caused by numerous reasons which are triggered when an appliance draws an excessive current. Some of the prime reasons for excessive current include mismatched loads, overloading, device failure and short circuit. The fuse blows to prevent damage on the appliance that may result from fire or overheating.
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Electric circuits are designed to carry a certain amount of voltage and amperage. The components of the circuit each provide a certain amount of electrical resistance. This resistance
An overload of electricity. Fuses are intended to be the weak link in case of an overload so they can be easily replaced. Otherwise the break would occur elsewhere and be more difficult
Most likely the cause is a short in the magnetic clutch mounted on the front of the A/C compressor. Climb under the car and unplug the 2 wire connector at the front of the compressor
Often, a fuse will blow due to a momentary overload.Thanks!
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What Causes Fuses to Blow in Cars?
Electric fuses, in any application, are designed to fail when too much amperage runs through them. They are designed as a weak point to protect the rest of a given circuit from damage and fire, to and prevent electric shocks. Fuses blow by heating up and... More »
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