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Primary fuel pump (15 Amp) fuse blown (in cold weather ?)

2004 Touareg V8 driven less than 20k miles:
Engine starts and dies in about 10 seconds. Take the ignition key out and put it back in again to start and it will die again in about 10 seconds....
The dealer found that the fuse of the primary fuel pump was blown. Replacing the fuse seemed to solve the problem, but after a few days the same problem repeated.
This same dealer could not pin point the problem after hours of checking.
What could possibly be happening? Please help.

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It is one of the fuel pumps. check out if the problem persist with low gas... inginervoicu@gmail.com

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