I have a 2005 LR3 V8 petrol Land Rover. I have had recently my spark plugs replaced, a new starter, a new alternator and a new battery put in my vehicle. I go to a garage that specialises in Land Rover repair but none of us can seem to solve this problem. The F6-15A fuse keeps blowing. They then replaced the ignition coil capacitor and the passenger side camshaft position sensor. Car runs well for a while then car gets hard to start then once started drives for a while and then a few miles later the same fuse blows again. We replace the fuse and then a day or so later same thing happens. They even checked the ignition coils but found nothing wrong. It seems that the engine having a hard time to start precedes the fuse blowing. Right now I carry a set of these fuses around as soon as one blows I replace it when a new one. I just can't keep doing this due to the fact that when the fuse blows my car dies instantly. Do any of you have any idea what is going on?