Circuit breakers are used in conjunction or instead of fuses to protect the circuit from an overload. If the circuit becomes overloaded, the circuit breaker heats up and at a specified temperature, the contacts in the breaker will open to stop the flow of current. When the circuit breaker cools down, the contacts will close and restore current flow. This condition usually causes the affected circuit to blink on and off until the problem is repaired.
- Lighting Circuit-in the headlamp switch assembly
- Windshield Wipers-in the wiper motor assembly
- Power Windows-in the #12 slot of the fuse block (30 amp)
- Power Door Locks, Rear Defogger-in the #15 slot of the fuse block (30 amp)