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Blown fuel pump fuse

The fuse for the fuel pump blew and as soon as i put a new one in it blows every time

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Solution , find the reason why that circuit is drawing more current than the fuse can handle . possibilities include shorted wiring , bad fuel pump , bad relay . will require further testing .

Posted on Jan 01, 2009

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