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Fuel pump fuse keeps blowing - 1987 Buick Regal

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  • ttypebuick Sep 16, 2009

    i checked all the wiring for that cicuit and found no bare wire, even checked the fuel pump, it was good. found my solution on a buick forum, it was a connection for the oil pressure sending unit, i have after market gauges and the connection was grounding out on the front timing cover.

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Must be a bare wire somewhere that's shorting out. And it will be in the worst place possible. Right on top of your gas tank.

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