RE: [DML] Fuse 7 - Engine Control - MELTED
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RE: [DML] Fuse 7 - Engine Control - MELTED



Erik, 
Maybe one of the EE will explain the difference between resistive load and
inductive load. 
Long periods of time the fuel pump my draw more current and the fuse will
melt, not blow. 
John Hervey
 

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Warren Wallingford
Sent: Wednesday, August 16, 2006 1:34 PM
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Subject: Re: [DML] Fuse 7 - Engine Control - MELTED

dmcerik wrote:
> I've seen this before on other Deloreans.  And the PO of my car had it 
> melt on the fuse box.  To repair it he spliced some new line and an 
> inline fuse.  This has been working great since I've owned the car (7 
> years).  Today my car died while driving.  Fuse 7 not only blew, but 
> totally melted.  Does anyone know why this happens?  I keep my fuses 
> clean, but I have to be honest, I haven't cleaned this one in a few 
> years.
> Any ideas would be appreciated.
> 
> Erik
> 04512




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