You’ve recently replaced a fuse in your vehicle so you think the problem is solved, but that’s not necessarily true. Fuses are made to carry an electrical load, and when they blow out it’s an indication of excess heat. The source of the heat can be anything from a bad light bulb to something in the engines computer system.  Replacing a fuse seems like an easy do it yourself fix, but it’s really only part of the solution. To track the source of the problem and ensure all is well under the hood, ask us to take a look.