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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
something in the ignition circuit is drawing too much current.the starter draws 10 times that much current.check for shorted wires or a bad coil pack,or even the module,or a short in the distributor.get the wiring diagram.put a 25 watt bulb in the fuse instead,it will light and limit the current to 2 amps.disconnect items until the light goes out,and then check things on that power rail.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
SOURCE: 20 amp fuel pump fuse
Disconnect fuel pump terminals, insulate them, and crank (car will not start). If fuel does not blow, then it was a shorted pump. Replace the pump. If fuse blows again, then there is a wiring problem. You will need to use a test light or a multimeter to find the short.
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
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