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Fuel pump relay keeps blowing after a couple minutes

When i change the fuse the car warms up and the and the fuse blows again but have no idea why but the opsu has little to no reading

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The fuse is blowing because of a short pump could be bad. get a fuse digram and elemant every thing but the fuel pump that fuse protects good luck kdc744

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