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SOURCE: 20 amp MPI fusible link keeps blowing. turns over

hi it is must likely youer fuel pump
after replaceing fuse lising for loud nose from
pump if so replase pump

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You say the fusible link is rated @ 20 amp's @ 12 V dc, I would suggest you could put a auto-resetting 20 amp @ 12 V dc circuit breaker in its place but not a wire.

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hi it is must likely youer fuel pump
after replaceing fuse lising for loud nose from
pump if so replase pump

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