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Old 01-10-2010, 07:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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there is one wire coming off the ignition coil meter fuse (15amp) it is black with a white line, it keeps blowing fuses is there supposed to be another wire coming off of the ignition coil fuse?
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The wire feeds many components through splices such as ignition coil, generator, fuel pump relay, etc. You have an 8v or 16v?
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95 geo tracker 2 door, 4wd, automatic trans, 16v 1.6l. realized theres a common ground for the block, still blowing fusres, is it the fuel pump relay? corosion on the fuel pump ground? pulled the dash and have access to most of the wires but have not found anything burnt or shorted yet, also have random wire and random clip near carb that i do not know what it does, but it looks as if it has been cut or ripped somehow.
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its the ignition coil meter fuse bro.
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top fails: ah bro
o2 sensor shorted or wires to it.
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where is that located.
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the wire if no longer routed like oem , then it hits manifold and melts and shorts.
top fail for this feed .
or the O2 is shorted inside. (even draw for both)

look ,if looks perfect, pull connector to O2, if fuse dont blow, bingo ,bad 02 heater.
all modern cars suffer from this.
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what color is the wire.
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my sig has my web site. it's all there.
all things make motor go are there. see schematic section.....

same wire as you told me black with white stripe in post 1.
see it, see it the O2 heater , left side just below pin A23
click this link, just below this line.... bingo, the whole EFI wiring .

http://kick-fix.com/ECU/92-95MPI-eng...-size-huge.png
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