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Old June 18th, 2009, 07:09 AM   #1
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PCM ASD relay fuse keeps blowing on a 2005 SRT 10

I got a 2005 SRT-10 with only 700 miles.
we put belanger headers and cat ,
K&N Filters and roe racing troddle body.

the car was running very good and everthing was working good.
the only problem is that the battery is always empty.
so we were putting the battery to the Charger battery is brand new.
and I started the car. I was driving 5 blocks and the car stoppt.
I couldnīt start the engine again!
I brought the car back to my garage opn a trailer and I was looking for the problem
I tryed to change the fuse ASD and it blowes it serveral times off.

Can somebody help me with this problem ?
best regards
josef
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Are the secondary O2 sensors shorting out on the side sill? Look there first.
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Are the secondary O2 sensors shorting out on the side sill? Look there first.
the o2 sensors are okay
what else it be ?
the battery is also always empty
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the rear O2 sensors are on the same ground circuit as the ASD relay. Checkall the wires for the rear O2's carefully all the way to the main loom they come out of. Sometimes the tops of the O2's don't look bad but if you twist the wires a little bit, you might find where they have broken the casing for the wires.
Bellangers are good for rubbing through the secondary O2's and shorting out.
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just so happens
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just so happens

my asd fuse blew the other day, no further problems, but ive only put a few miles on it since it was replaced
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