[DML] Re: Major electrical problem
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[DML] Re: Major electrical problem



The top, middle fuse is actually #7, a 20A fuse for the Lambda relay,
Lambda ECU, Freq valve, Control Pressure Regulator, AND THE FUEL PUMP.
The most common one to melt and the most common reason is a bad fuel
pump. Other things can also cause it to melt too so you have to check
everything in that circuit. BTW there is no #20 fuse position. Refer
to Workshop Manual M:07:02-:03 What is commonly done is to mount an
external fuseholder off to the side of the fuse block for circuit #7
after you find and fix the cause of the high current draw.
Alternatively you can replace the fuse block and the connectors for
that fuse, it is just a lot more expensive.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757 





--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Jake" <Gobzilla76@...> wrote:
>
> Have a very large problem with my D
> 
> I have had a melted socket in the fuse panel since I bought it not too 
> long ago but never really paid much attention to it at first... The 
> only socket melted is the #20 Engine control socket on the top middle 
> of the panel... Recently, after I got it out after winter, I notice 
> that the fuse socket is getting insanely hot and the area around the 
> fuse is gummy after just a few minutes of running... The socket has 
> melted the plastic away and they are just two wires connected to the 
> fuse... You can hold your hand above the fuse and feel quite a bit of 
> heat coming from the panel... Does anybody know a potential cause of 
>


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