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FUEL PUMP 6.9 DIESEL

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My F250 keeps blowing fuses from the fuel pump above idle speed,
would air in the lines cause pressure to make the pump work hard and draw more amps?

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No it wont but a cloged fuel filter will increase the pressure from tank to filter and overload the amperage in fuel pump and posibly burnt fuse also check for bad engine mounts if engine moves while is under load it might contact some wires and burnt fuse

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