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It sounds like you know a lot about cars, let's start from the obvious, have you checked your grounds? If it rolled those can be exposed and touching something they shouldn't.
Posted on Nov 11, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: my fuel ecu fuse keeps blowing?
Unplug the O2 Sensor and see if it blow again. If it does not the sensor is faulty. Replace with a new one. BTY its in the exhast system.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
Hello! Fuse #28 (10A) feeds two wiring runs...It powers the fuel pump, and the Electronic Air Control Valve (EACV)...Either of these two devices can be shorted to ground or the harness that feeds their power...
Pull the relay...Pull the fuse...Disconnect the connector from the EACV...It is located behind the PCV...Wire colors are...Yellow/Black and Black/Blue...
With ohm meter on X1 scale and one probe to ground...Measure from the Yellow...then the Yellow/Black at the relay...You will see the fuel pump winding resistance...But not zero ohms...
Wiring harness shorts are hard to find...So stop there and tell me what you read...........saailer
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Posted on Mar 08, 2010
SOURCE: Hello, Im a US Marine
That fuse also supplies illumination to the radio, hvac controller, cup holder and cigarette tray. I think the best thing to do is start unplugging each one of these until the fuse stops blowing. Then plug the last think in that you unplugged to make sure that makes the fuse blow. If you suspect the instrument cluster start with that first.
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Posted on Sep 28, 2010
SOURCE: I have a 1990 pontiac
An internally shorted relay can blow a fuse. Remove the relay and try another fuse. If it blows again, then you have a short to ground in the fuel pump wire. You'll have to trace out both ends of the relay, the supply to the relay, and the feed to the pump to find the short. If you have a volt/ohm meter, you can use the continuity function to measure resistance between the wire and ground. You should not get continuity between the fuel pump wires and ground if the fuel pump is not plugged in.
Posted on Dec 02, 2010
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