'95 5.9L Ram --- A/C fuse keeps blowing
I recently installed a new A/C compressor.When I turn the fan-blower switch "on" to see if the A/C clutch engages, the fuse blows. Ihave a jumper wire on the pressure plug to make sure the compressor turns on.
Just to make sure something wasn’t wrong with the new A/C compressor, I unplugged it from its connector plug(near the underneath ofthe carb),replaced the blown20A fuse (under the hood), and turned the fan-blower switch "on" again. The fuse blew again. Anyone have any ideas?
Also, on the "switch side"of the compressor plug (sameplug as before, near the carb) there is a rubber protector sheath(where the wirescome out)that looks like it is covering up a resistor, or maybe a capacitor (I can’t exactlytell),that is connected from the positive-wire contact to the negative-wire contact. Does anyone know what the purpose of this component is? And if itwent bad, could it possiblybe the problem?
Thanks in advance for the help!