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The ECM-1 fuse keeps blowing what is a posable solution for this problem!

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Look behind your battery, there is a large wiring harness there. Lots of times the battery leaks acid all over these wires and they start shorting out.
That may not be your problem but is a good place to start. I'd have to look at a scematic to see what all is ran off that fuse.

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