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Blows fuel pump fuse

1995 Toyota Forerunner blows the 15 amp fuse to the fuel pump, A/C system and O2 sensor. Replaced fuel pump, did not fix problem. Checked harness near O2 sensor did not find a possible problem. This is an intermittent problem and has been very difficult to find. Thanks for any help that you may render.

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Have the ac clutch coil checked,this will do it every time,

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