The past couple of days haven't been fun. First my truck would not move due to a clogged carb, then, once I got things going the truck started having a series of electrical problems. Fuses in the fuse box were literally melting, not just burning out. Parts of the fuse box itself melted. I really don't understand how that can happen. The fuses were the right amperage and I even tried using different fuses thinking the first ones were defective. I also don't understand why I would be losing fuses on multiple circuits. The fuses for the windshield washers, stop lights, and horn/hazards and the relay for the turn signals all blew at once. This happened when I turned on the headlights with the engine on. Ended up doing a cannonball run through sketchy ass Guatemala City in the dark last night with only intermittant lights trying to get to a safe haven in Antingua. So I'm wondering if anyone knows A) why my fuses would melt instead of burn out and B)how on earth I can be having a problem with multiple circuits that as near as I can tell are completely seperate. Maybe I have a loose wire grounding across the fuse box. I am confused. Thanks!