Quick fix for blowing 10 amp fuse

Discussion in 'Gen 1 & 2 - Emergency Issues - Help & Maintenance' started by Larry Rivelli, May 16, 2017.

  1. Larry Rivelli

    Larry Rivelli SHO Member

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    Hello,

    Just a quick note to say a big THANK YOU to whoever suggested unplugging my "Low coolant level" sensor. I was having a problem with my 94 SHO suddenly stop running while driving or refusing to start. Motor would turn over fine. Finally discovered after several trips to the shop that the 10 amp fuse was blowing. So, I started to carry extras. Problem still persisted. Finally, I asked for help on the forum and someone suggested unplugging the sensor on top of the coolant bottle under the hood. That was some time ago (about 6 months or so) and since doing that, the car has run flawlessly. Again, a great big note of thanks to this forum and the person that made the suggestion. If anyone else is having this problem (it started with the low coolant dash light always staying on) I suggest you do the same. Just remember to check your coolant level from time to time just like we had to do before idiot lights. LOL.
     
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