Hey guys, off the bat...electrical stuff isn't really my thing, so bear with me.
As a little intro...this has to do with the car pictured in my avatar, its the "family hot-rod", a 68' Impala SS.
2 years ago I decided to go out and buy a replacement windshield wiper fluid pump from a local auto parts place to hook up under the hood. However, I was not using the pump to clean my windshield.
I ran a tube down into the grille and was using it as a squirt gun for at car shows and what-not as a gag . As you might imagine, from in the car is absolutely hilarious to see the reactions of some people getting "spritzed"...and yes, I've gotten a fair share of people bent out of shape from a little of a water on them lol .
Every so often, depending on how much use it was getting, it would blow an inline fuse that I put in. I was hoping you guys could provide some insight as to why perhaps that was happening.
I drew up the diagram below from memory from when I wired it up a originally 2 years ago. It seems fairly correct to me, and my amateur understanding of circuitry. The only thing I was unsure about was where I put the fuse when I wired it (Possible Locations "A" and "B").
I'm thinking I'm going to need a thicker gauge wire for when I redo it to prevent the fuses from blowing.
Any insight would be greatly appreciated.
EDIT: Removed accidentally drawn in ground on Momentary Switch.