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96plymouth neon blown fuel pump fuse - 1996 Plymouth Neon

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More than likely the fuel pump is defective and has caused a short circuit, disconnect the fuel pump connector at the top of the fuel tank and see if the short stops and the fuse doesn't blow, if this stops the short then replace the fuel pump and make sure the connector at the tank is ok and not discoloured or burnt, if it is get a repair connector from the local Dodge dealer...

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Make sure the fuse is the right amperage it will be in the owners manual. or the pump maybe bad.

Posted on Sep 12, 2010

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