Question about 1991 Chevrolet Suburban
I had the same problem on my other 'burb ('90 2wd with same engine).
after dropping the tank ( about 5 miles after i filled it up!) because i thought the pump had cooked, i figured out the fuse had popped, and kept popping occasionally after that. i re-ran the wiring to the fuel pump, and this fixed the problem.
i checked the old wiring for any short/break in the wire, as there was not any visiable signs of a short, but still couldn't find anything concrete to say "this is where the short was!". but, it didn't matter, since the replaced wiring never gave me an issue and i didn't have to replace another fuse again! good luck brother.
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
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