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Fuel injector fuse keeps blowing what is gonig on

Why does the fuel injector fuse keeps blowing on a 91 chevy caprice

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    Fuel injector fuse keeps blowing

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    15 amp fuse to fuel injector blows as soon as I turn the key

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