Re: DC503 Not Working
Richard R. Pope
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I had someone do this with a Mazda RX-2. The Mazdas of that day and age had an amp meter in the dash. There was a 50 amp main fuse under the hood. The wiring for the amp meter ran through the main harness under the hood and through the main harness under the dash. These fuses were $5 each and that was expensive in the early 1970s.
Well this car started blowing the main fuse so the owner replaced the fuse with a piece of coat hanger instead of finding the short. Well the results were predictable. He heavily damaged both the harness' under the hood and under the dash. The alternator had some shorted diodes and that is what was blowing the fuse. It wasn't pretty but the car didn't catch fire. Fortunately!
GOD Bless and Thanks,
On 7/31/2020 6:55 PM, Harvey White wrote:
It tells me that something is drawing too much current.