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EFI fuse blows

My 1992 truck suddenly started blowing the 15A fuse. I had to jumper it to get home but then the 30A AM2 fuse blew. If I replace both the truck starts fine. If I put the truck into drive the 15A fuse blows almost instantly. The 30 A fuse blew about a mile down the road (15A jumpered). I don't think its the fuel pump but not sure. Any other ideas???

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Check your O2 sensor wire. it hanging on your exhaust pipe.

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Grounding the vehicle.

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You have a short in one of your fuel injector wires. Check the wires from your fuel injectors for burns or cuts, look for bare wires grounding out on medal

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