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THIS IS A 1980 CHEVY LUV SERIES 8, GAS, AUTOMATIC WITH ELECTRIC FUEL PUMB.....ONE 15 AMP FUSE KEEPS BLOWING AFTER A SHORT TIME ( MAYBE 10 MIN.)IT IS THE SECOND FROM THE RT.HAND EDGE IF I AM LOOKING DOWN OVER THE FINDER. PLEASE ADVISE ME AS TO WHAT THIS FUSE CONTROLS.......... THANK YOU, HERBERT LITAKER
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The power wire to your fuel pump must be shorting out somewhere. Disconnect it and see if your fuse still blows. If not, then follow the wire all the way back to the fuel pump, and look for a bare spot. Good luck!
Posted on May 04, 2009
check your grounds & the fuel pump connections.the ground should run to the right rear of the motor. look at the wires back to the motor on the frame for anything that may have nicked a wire or a rub thru. You have a short and i belive it shut down if you hit a bump. loose or fraid wire some place. Best of luck & keep us posted on your fix.
Posted on Mar 14, 2010
I DONT KNOW IF U ARE A MECHANIC BUT THE BEST WAY TO SOLVE THIS PROBLEM IS GETTING A WIRING SCHEMATIC. IT WILL HELP U SEE IF ANYTHING ELSE IS WIRED INTO THE CIRCUIT BESIDES THE FUEL PUMP
Posted on Jul 27, 2010
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