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I have an 87 chevy silverado 1/2 ton pick up truck it keeps blowing fuses...it will roll over but won't start any suggestions

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  • Ron S May 11, 2010

    Which fuses are blowing? If it's for the computer the fuel pump may be drawing to much amperage because the there is a fuel line blocked or the pump is going out.

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Open the Glove box flip the door down and reach in and tap on the ESC box then see if it starts. These go bad especially if the truck ever set up for a while.

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