Question about 1987 Volkswagen Cabriolet
Replaced both fuel pumps, but still blows fuel pump fuse.
Check the wiring harness for a live>ground fault
maybe the live to the pump(s) rubbed hard against the chassis somewhere.disconnect the harness from the pumps along the chassis rail somewhere and put a fuse in again. keep following the harness back and disconnecting til the fuse sts good. U may need 3-4 fuses. at some point you sould locate the section where the live is grounding. be patient it may take a while to locate. be optimistic - it may only take a minute!
:) good luck, hope this helps
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
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