Recently I’ve blown 4 30 amp fuses in quick succession. Need your thoughts on what to check next. Here’s the background. Deuce Roadster with an American Autowire 15 circuit wiring kit. Wired by me and everything worked as it should till about a month ago when one of the “accessory” circuits started blowing 30 amp fuses. This circuit supplies power to a cigarette plug charger receptacle between the seats. I use it to power a phone and that’s all. About a month ago I noticed the phone wasn’t charging, checked and found the fuse was blown. Replaced fuse...drove the car for a while...phone stopped charging...fuse blown...you get the picture. Yesterday, driving back from Steel In Motion, I hit the mother of all railroad crossings. The car bottomed out and stalled. I restarted, cussed a bit, and noticed the phone wasn’t charging. When I got home I checked and the fuse was blown. Anybody have any suggestions/thoughts on what’s going on. I always thought that a power surge was the cause of a blown fuse, but I don’t think the phone charger would have that much of a draw. I’ve heard bad things about China accessory chargers. Maybe I should just start by replacing the charger?