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Old 03-28-2008, 08:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I recently changed my EG foglights to EK/EJ foglights on my 92 VX. They worked fine for a week then it rained and the relay got wet and fried! I replaced the relay with a new one and now the 30amp inline fuse keeps blowin everytime I start the car and turn them on. Sumtimes I dont have to start the car it will just blow after a couple of min. while Im double checkin everything and puttin stuff back 2gether. I have checked all the wiring no bare wire or arcin anywhere. checked my ground and moved my ground everything Ive checked and rechecked looks good and is the way its supposed to be!!! Can any1 shed any light on the subject Im so confused. And no I have to old lights anymore! What would happen if I just did away with inline fuse? Probley fry the new relay?!
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It could be the socket where you put the relay. Maybe the rain made it short and melted the plastic, now it's shorting everytime you turn it on.
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Check to see if the relay is shorting/grounding out. Also make sure the relay is wired correctly.
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