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Fuel system fuse keeps blowing

Id drive for about ten minutes and it would blow. finally it wouldnt even turn over before it blew. i replaced the fuel pump. everything is conected properly. i dont know what else it could be? i used a 40 fuse and it works. but keeps blowing the original 30 fuse.

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Where wire run to pump over fuel tank i thing you will find they are chaffed .use a lenth of twin flex and rewire it quickest and easyest

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