Can anyone help... I have a 1998 Chevy Cavalier 2.0 sedan, which has an
electrical short in the ignition system. I have had the recall done, I
have also had it in the shop twice. The mechanics can't seem to figure
it out. The Ignition fuse keeps blowing out on me. It always seems to
happen when I am making a right hand turn, AC on and off, radio on and
off. Any ideas on where to look for the short? I have already checked
the key portion of the ignition, and the battery to the starter, but
nothing shows up as a short.
Can anyone please help. Also when the fuse does blow, I can't just put
in a new one, cause it blows as soon as I turn the key to 'ON'. After
the car has been sitting there for a while and cools down I can then
replace the fuse and drive with no problems for anywhere between 15 -
75 mins. before it all happens again.