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nymustang50 
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OK I got three relays all tied together they share the same constant power. One relay is for the lock and one is for the unlock and another is for the light flash. All these are connected right from following how to do it on this same website and they work to but it only works once then the fuse pops that the constant power is on. I had it on the same constant power I used for the remote start and it blew my whole starting maxi fuse on my truck which was a 20 amp and then I switched it to the power point fuse on my truck which is a 25 and it blew that aswell. Whats the power requirements needed for this so it will stop popping my fuses.
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It sounds like a direct short. can you post a drawing of some sort showing how they are hooked together and how they are connected in the vehicle.
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relay poping fuse -- posted image.
here you go
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Does it pop the fuse when you flash the park lights, or lock, or unlock, or is it just the locks? you may have a 5 wire lock system and you wired it for a positive pulse system, that would do it for sure. it all depends on what kind of vehicle it is and what door lock system it has.
nymustang50 
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Its in a 94 ford bronco and the lights flash when you press the lock button and unlock.
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theres your problem. a 94 full size Bronco has a 5 wire reverse polarity system. look back at the diagrams and use the one for 5 wire and rewire. you sholuld be good to go after that. let me know how it goes and good luck.
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I think you might be mistaken. relay poping fuse -- posted image.
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nymustang50 wrote:
I think you might be mistaken. relay poping fuse -- posted image.

how do you figure? is it a bronco II?

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no its a full size bronco i just thought it was a three wire setup
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that is a 5 wire setup. its done in the factory switch so you have to duplicate that with the relays using the 5 wire setup. trust me. just try it. let me know how it goes, good luck.
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