Not sure I understand. At this point everything that happened is mute. You now have rebuilt your engine and tried to start it. It didn't work so you checked and the 80 amp. fuse was blown. You went to start again and the check engine light is on but as you cranked the engine the distributor blew? If so explain blew? 80 amp Fuse still OK? Was it the distributor fuse that blew?
You blew a fuse. Check the fuses.
I replace alot of ignition switches in these things. And clock springs.
Had the same exact problem. Check the room fuse on fuse panel inside the car. I found mine blown, replaced it and it cranked right up. Hope this helps...
Your heating element is going out and that is why the fuse blew as well. You will need to have the heating element replaced in order for the dryer to work like it did when you bought it.
it could be that ignition switch or wires to it. wires to the starter.
Check your other fuses and relays; you blew other fuses or relays; these should be located in the master fuse block under hood.
Check your cigar lighter fuse. This is also the DLC fuse so if you have a dime stuck in the lighter socket or blew the fuse with a cell phone charger you won't be able to read codes until the fuse is replaced.
have replaced fuse for lighter and still doesn't work
An electrical fuse is not repairable. They have to be replaced with a new one of the same value as the one that is being replaced. Years ago there were one time fuses that had replaceable links that could be changed out if the fuse blew. Safety codes have changed and now these types of fuses are no longer allowed to protect electrical circuits.
IT CAN BE A FUSE. OR IT CAN BE THAT THE PUMP IS NOT PUMPING FUEL
Probably blew a fuse. I was using an air compressor (on my 2006 hhr) and it blew the fuse which was located in the fuse box in the engine compartment.
I blew at least one fuse when I tried to jump the car. The only fuse that appears to be blown has been replaced and everything works but the headlights do no pop-up. They come on but they won't turn around. I see no fuse dedicated for this purpose in the manual.
It depends what fuse but yes it is possible. If it is the ignition fuse then yeah your car won't start. If it is the fuse for your horn, yeah the car will still start.
I had the same problem it was a shorted wire under the driverside causing the fuse to blow when you turn the ignition my downstream oxygen sensor wires shorted out (melted and fused together). check for anything shorted out connecting that fuse.
you blew the main fuse look at the starter relay and replace that fuse
I'm still driving my 1995 Ford Explorer and have never had a problem where a fuse blew and required replacement
check main fuse under hood in fuse box ,held in by 10mm bolts on the prongs p.s. before changing the fuse remember to undo the battery connection
its because you blew the fuse on the illumination just swap it out. same problem
you have a short in your wiring, either follow the wires from the fuse the the lights or take your car to an auto electrical shop
I once replaced the distributor and worked to clean the battery posts and all sorts of stuff before finally realizing it was a blown ignition fuse. Van would turn over but not start. replaced the 35 cent fuse and I was on my way..
it may be the throttle body sensor ya see first it blew a 30 fuse in the fuse panel under the hood then it wouldnt' start then a friend told me it was my throttle body sensor
Have you replaced the fuel filter? Are you sure the pump is running and the fuse is not blown or the relay is bad. Do you have fire, and do you have fuel pressure to the injectors?
i had similar problem with 99 wrangler and if its the relay its located in the fuse box.