[Healeys] Hot Fuse

Roland Wilhelmy sentenac.rw at gmail.com
Wed Oct 13 19:27:29 MDT 2021

I'm not sure that you are describing what you are measuring.  14.5 volts
across the fuse suggests that the fuse creates a 14.5 volt drop --
something that fuses are not supposed to do, but it would generate a lot of
heat for sure. And current flow is measured through a circuit, again not
across a component. Have you tried replacing the fuse?

On Wed, Oct 13, 2021, 6:11 PM R. Lindsay via Healeys <healeys at autox.team.net>

> In my BJ8, I have a fuse that is very hot (can’t hold it).  I’ve measured
> amps and volts across the fuse. 1.3 amps and 14.5 volts. It is very hot.
> Should this be of concern or am I over reacting.
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