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I doubt its a short. a short to power would mean something is getting power besides through the fuse and your battery would die. I short to ground would cause the fuse to blow. my guess would be some device that is controlled by this fuse is malfunctioning. if you can try and unplug devices like the radio amplifier and see if the noise is removed.
You would need to check the wiring at the tank to see if the pump has power and ground. Its possible you cooked the pump by running the tank empty. The pump uses liquid gasoline to keep it cool and lubed.
there could possible be a short somewhere to the fuel pump. i would first start with the fuses and make sure they are all good and not blown if blown obviously replace and that should take care of your problem.
you obviously have a short somewhere-it is in the circuit that keeps blowing the fuses, so you have to start there. Look for damaged wiring, or burnt insulation in wiring. There is also a possibility that you have a relay that is shorted out, look for one that controls the climate control fan and switch it with another relay (like the ABS or horn relay).