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Fuel system fuse blowingI

#28 fuse for fuel system keeps blowing. When I went to start my car after sitting all winter outside it wouldn't start. Come to find out that it keeps blown the #28 fuel fuse.

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We figured it out for sure take the shield off the 02 sensor it has 3 wired on it and SHABAM what u know it's fixed jus need a new sensor but it will still run till then

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Simple check, Disconnect fuel pump electrical connections at the pump
replace fuse try to start if the fuse does not blow replace the pump, if it blows you have a short in the wiring

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Bad wiring or faulty fuel pump

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