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Wiring .when i shut the key off it blows the fuel pump fuse

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  • gary shotts Jun 12, 2008

    also ,if i pull the fuel pump relay and disconnect the fuel pump, it takes a coupler sec. longer 4the fuse 2 pop.

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According to some Dodge Neon forums, theres a wire in a harness that gets rubbed through and shorts out. It is located on the back side of the engine near the cylinder head.

They also say it could be the fuel pump relay that is sticking.

Posted on Jun 12, 2008

  • brian c
    brian c Jun 12, 2008

    Yah, it's definitely something in the harness that is shorting.

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