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Fuel pump fuse blows all the time on my 00 intrepid

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    has the fuel pump been replaced?

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You need a fuel pump. Sry, but based on the info, it's that simple.Replace the filter when you do the pump.

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Oil and fuses have little to do with your problem (unless a particular fuse keeps blowing) though changing oil is never a bad thing to do.
Likely you have an ignition component that is getting hot and internally expanding and causing an internal short when it's hot.
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3. plugs

Go for a scan.

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