Question about 2001 Chevrolet S-10
I was on the road all day, shut down the engine, drove for about 30 min. and the engine shut off while driving. Found and replaced the "ECM Batt" fuse and the truck cranked and ran for another 5 miles, then blew the fuse again. This is a 20 amp fuse, so I installed a 30amp fuse to get me home (another 30 miles). It worked and the next day I drove about 45 miles before the 30 amp fuse blew. It took an another 4 fuses to drive 3 miles to get to work. Now I'm stuck. What's causing the fuse to blow?
That fuse feeds power to fuel pump relay circuit that feeds pump could be defective pump,or damaged circuit wires that shorts out! and not a good idea to put higher fuse in circuit could cause more damage to circuit! but i know when your stuck, u do what it takes,so inspect circuit related to fuse,
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
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