Question about Toyota Sienna
It is possible but it is more likely that it is from the wires going to the fuel pump that is shorting to earth.Check and follow those wires from the pump to the fuse box that none of them are exposed without its insulation.It is a tough job to trace that problem sometimes without a multimeter.
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
The fuel pump may be draining too much current. Make sure you have the correct fuel pump installed. Also, it could be a blockage on the inlet of the fuel pump (ex. maybe touching the bottom of the fuel tank). Or even a kinked line making the pump work extra hard and thus using more current than fuse can handle.
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