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Take a voltmeter and check to see if it is spiking excessively when you hit the gas. Also make sure there is no shorts in the wire. You would need the wiring diagram and then a voltmeter to test and make sure it is at the proper voltage based off what the fuse is and what the book says. Thanks, Midwest-tek

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