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FUSE KEEPS BLOWIN (STARTER, IGNITION, & FUEL # 8 FUSE)

ONE OF MY FUSES KEEP BLOWING AND CAUSING MY CAR TO CUT OFF WHILE IM DRIVING AND NOT CRANK BACK UP UNTIL I CHANGE THE FUSE AND SOMTIMES WHEN I CHANGE IT AND TRY TO CRANK BACK UP IT BLOWS RIGHT BACK OUT.ITS THE FUSE UNDER THE HOOD THAT GOES TO MY STARTER, IGNITION, AND FUEL PUMP.IVE HAD A NEW FEUL PUMP PUT ON AND ITS STRILL DOING IT.WHATS THE PROBLEM?

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You need a new starter I just went through this problem had my starter changed and have not blown any fuses in days....oh and by the way getting to the starter was not and easy task.

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