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You may want to replace the ignition switch, that has a lot of failure modes. Also check the ground straps: battery to body, and body to transmission. Never replace fuses with higher rated fuses, they are there to protect the wiring. I guarantee that 30 year old wiring will never handle double the current if you double the fuse. A short circuit is just that, a dead short. You have to find the true problem and fix that, not try to mask the problem.
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