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My 1993 4runner blows the efi fuse whenever the key is turned to start it. just replaced the ignition control module.

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Well since the EFI fuse, #1 15A is only powered when the key is turned on or in the start position you have a short to ground in any/all of the following circuits...
alternator
cruise control circuit

different methods to diagnose, but I'd start by inspecting the little wires that run from the alternator

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15amp efi fuse blows


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PLEASE, up date your posts and not post 5 posts.
update it and tell the full story 1 time. THEN ADD TO IT, and please not start a new post. for 1 problem.

first off , i answered in details how to test the nostarts for just that.
but in another post its a blown fuse. then you fail to say which it is
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first off here are the no start rules. (you lost spark , got that)
1: check fuses, if the fuse blows again, this is JOB 1. spark is later. much later, the ECU can no process data, if there is no 12vdc POWER , it cant,
nor can it glow the CEL /SES lamp in the dash, IT cant.
The ECU in this car makes spark and fuel happen.
there are 3 fuses to blow that can kill the ECU dead.
so the first JOB on all modern EFI cars, is to get the CEL TO GLOW.
CHECK ENGINE LIGHT. = CEL.

your problem on car is not NOSTART
its NO power
no 12vdc power to the EFI system parts.
is the battery charged?
12.6vdc rested, or at 11v. ?
this is first.
then does that fuse keep blowing. i bet does, my gut feeling.
and which fuse?
if the fuse blows, we must to short testing
we have great videos to cover that, very detailed,....

btw2
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I have a 1993 Celica that ran fine, cut it off and when I tried to start it again it would crank but wouldnt start?


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I have been having issues with my 1996 Jimmy. When I turn the Key to accessory, the #10 ecm ignition fuse blowes. It will not start. Any suggestions? Thank you.


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If it still blows. than the pink wire that supplies power to all of the above components is shorted. A careful inspection of the wiring will be necessarry to find the problem.

One other note that fuse also feeds the Vehicle Control Module on vehicle equipped with a VCM (4.3 liter)

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