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#15 10amp fuse keeps blowing

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Old 12-21-2018, 05:00 PM
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I also had the Heater core flushed, my gosh, what a difference! The defrost and or heat will now blow you out of the truck lol!!! I strongly urge anyone this time of year too flush the Heater core, it will truly make a world of difference...
 
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Old 12-23-2018, 01:00 AM
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Originally Posted by go chevy View Post
I am happy too report back that the #15 10amp fuse is no longer blowing! I had the front passenger side wheel hub replaced and so far that did the trick... As I stated before, the shop I use said they found no evidence of a short and by replacing that wheel hub seems too have been the problem... All gauges are working as they should and the 3 button 4x4 switch on the dash is doing just fine.
For the life of me I don't see how replacing a hub fixed your fuse and gauge problem, The rubbing sound yes the other no.
My guess is that you have a dead short in the wiring on the passenger side and during the hub replacement the wires got moved around relieving the ground issue.
I have heard of stranger things happening so good luck and just hope the problem don't come back with a vengeance
 
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I'm in the same boat. It's really odd that the hib fixed it... but hey, if it works then keep going. Glad to hear it's fixed.
 
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Originally Posted by odat View Post
For the life of me I don't see how replacing a hub fixed your fuse and gauge problem
Hubs come with ABS sensor circuit.

 
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Old 12-24-2018, 04:36 PM
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My toy was built out of a 1ST gen. the replacement hubs only had the magnetic wheel on it, pickup was separate so if it's all one unit on a 2ND gen maybe so
 

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The truck is still doing just fine... Maybe it was the abs sensor that kept blowing that fuse, either way it is fixed, for now anyway!
 
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Fuse is still doing just fine! Must have been the ABS sensor was blowing that fuse telling me too replace the Wheel Hub... Other than that I am at a loss for words...
 
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Awesome. Always good to hear not a return problem.
 
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