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5000CS fuse problems

Well, thanks for all your help on my last little prob (backlight display too

Yes, it was the simplest solution, ummm, err,, turn the dial.... no I don't
have the book for the car, so I never really noticed the dial.

Anyways, I got the car and it was missing fuse #4-- the one that controls
the "reading lights, clock, trung light, cig lighter, dome light.......etc.
etc. It also was missing the #17 fuse-- heater blower, ar conditioner... and
had a 10 A fuse in the #14 spot-- licens plate light, ac panel...

I replaced them all with the proper fuses, and my climate control started
working, which it didn't before. However, after driving for around an hour
or so, the car suddenly shut off and wouldn't start again. I then removed
the fuse and *presto* it started.

Should I try a higher amperage fuse, or what could the problem possibly be?

Thanks again,

Jeff O'Brien
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