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If you're talking about the 20A Fuse #9 inside the PDC, that connects to two circuits and both are in the PCM. I'd talk with Mark @Wranglerfix at www,wranglerfix.com and get his opinion.What exactly connects to the ASD fuse that can cause it to be tripped. Like what parts of the wiring harness should I be looking at to fine where it’s shorting to ground
Your test light is lighting connected to battery positive? I'd focus on the PDC first. Unclip it so you can view the rat's nest that's underneath. This is a common spot for a break or a short. You'll be able to tell which wire goes to the ASD fuse from underneath.I am trying that and I’ve been going back and forth on these wires for a bit can’t seem to find anything. I’ll keep at it though
One could unplug the PCM with the same test light test to rule out the PCM.What made me suggest Mark at Wranglerfix is the 05/06 PCMs can develop a problem inside that, according to him, make it look like a .410 shell went off inside and short various circuits out. No clue if that's what has happened to yours but it's possible. If the fuse that is blowing is fuse #9 as described above, only the PCM (and the wiring between it and the fuse) could cause that fuse to blow.
Yeah I got the light connected to the positive battery terminal and the prong sticking into the Fuse#9 ASD 20A spot and it’s litYour test light is lighting connected to battery positive? I'd focus on the PDC first. Unclip it so you can view the rat's nest that's underneath. This is a common spot for a break or a short. You'll be able to tell which wire goes to the ASD fuse from underneath.