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# 8 fuse blows as soon as i turn key on

Have looked in book says that it is the fuel pump and engine control system any help would be great

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This is going to take a bit of time, but if you are patient with me I'll get you through this. The fuel pump and engine control systems are kinda broad answers.
Ok first have you let the fuel level get very low many times? If so you could have burnt up the electric fuel pump, Ok there is one possibility you can just unplug the fuel pump connector back near the tank and see if the problem goes away.
I would like to see you unplug the two front 02 sensors and see if the problem goes away , see the 02 sensors have heaters in them and are full battery voltage as soon as you hit the key, if they short out they will take out the fuse, fuse #8 is inside the car, which feeds the fuse box under the hood Do these tests and get back to me.
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