Re: '98 Windstar - Power seat problem
Sounds to me like the power seats and stereo are on the same fuse. The CD player they installed is most likely a much more powerful unit than the stock stereo, causing the fuse to blow due to excessive current flow. The size of fuse required is based on the wire size so going to higher amp fuse probably wouldn't be a good idea. You may end up with a mess of melted wires if you do.
Does the fuse blow when the CD player is off or only when the stereo is on and you're adjusting the power seat?
I personally would take it back and have the stereo installer double check things. It's their responsibility to make sure the stereo gets all the juice it needs, even if that means running a new circuit.
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