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1995 gmc suburban quit running

I was driving on the freeway 2 days ago and it just quit. I checked the engine management fuses and the ecm 1 fuse was blown. Replaced it and it ran for about two miles. Had it towed home and now the fuse blows as soon as you turn the ignition switch.

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  • johng47 Jul 03, 2009

    so you think there is some sort of a short in the wire bundle?



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Pls check the compliete wire setting because some wire will merged inside the electrical system so you can check the complete wiring

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  • sakthi ganesh Jul 04, 2009

    yes because once the wire merged in your electrical circust your fuse will be blows so just just check your wiring



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