Question about 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Keeps blowing fuel pump fuse.Had fuel pump tested and was told it was good.Any suggestions
Verify fuse is correct size, then see what you are turning on else when it blows. Fuel pumps are designed to pump up then shut off, until needed when starting and running. It might not be shutting off and staying running when vehicle is not running. Make sure ground circuit is in good shape and positive side as well. Does this blow fuses when you go to start, or does it start and run for awhile then blow?
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