What is the ACG fuse for?

What is the ACG fuse for?

The important ACG (S) fuse (#24) protects the ignition switch circuit that supplies battery power to the main relay, which in turn supplies battery power to the fuel pump. You probably only need to worry if the fuse blows every time you insert a new one.

Why do I keep popping fuses?

You have a short The three causes from the most common to the least common are: An electrical device has failed. If a wiper motor or power lock solenoid have fried and melted on the inside, it might start drawing too much power in an attempt to keep working. This overloads the circuit causing a short and a blown fuse.

What does ACG mean Honda?

The AC generator-equipped Idling Stop System features quiet starts. Honda developed an ACG (AC generator) starter-type Idling Stop System for the PCX—a first for a 125cc-class motorcycle and scooter*—in order to deliver comfortable operation even as Idling Stop is put to work frequently in city driving.

How do you fix a fuse that keeps blowing?

Follow these easy steps to fix a blown fuse:

  1. Unplug electrical appliances. First and foremost, it’s important to identify where the outage occurred.
  2. Turn the power off. Next, you will need to turn off the main power to the fuse box.
  3. Find the fuse box.
  4. Identify the broken fuse.
  5. Replace the fuse.
  6. Test your new setup.

What does DRL fuse mean?

Locate the “DRL” or “Daytime Running Lamp” fuse. If you are unsure of the fuse location, consult your vehicle’s owner’s manual. Remove the “DRL” fuse from the fuse box and replace it with a new fuse.

What size is an AGC fuse?

AGC 3AG Glass fuse Eaton’s AGC fast-acting, glass tube 1/4″ x 1-1/4″ ferrule fuses are designed to UL 248-14 for overcurrent protection of electronic circuits.

Why does my compressor keep blowing fuses?

One of the leading causes of an HVAC unit blowing fuses repeatedly is a grounded compressor. If the compressor shows as grounded, it means that the windings inside the compressor motor have shorted out. When that happens, it is necessary to replace the motor.

Why does my 15 amp fuse keep blowing?

Having too many devices plugged into a circuit is the most common cause of fuses blowing. Another potential cause of fuses blowing is a short circuit. When a hot wire touches either the grounding pathway or a neutral wire, it results in the circuit shorting out.

Why does my running light fuse keep blowing?

You have a short circuit somewhere that is causing the fuse to blow. Likely causes of a short on a vehicle include a dirty or corroded trailer connector or damaged wiring. Make sure the trailer connector is clean (go ahead and do the same for the trailer side connector while you’re at it).

How do I know if my DRL relay is bad?

Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Daytime Running Lamp Module

  1. Daytime running lamps do not come on.
  2. Daytime running lamps stay on while the car is off.
  3. Burning smell.

How do you fix DRL?

Blown Out Fuse

  1. Turn off the engine and open the hood. Locate the fuse box in the engine compartment.
  2. Remove the cover from the fuse box located in the engine compartment.
  3. Remove the “DRL” fuse from the fuse box and replace it with a new fuse.