Question about 1994 GMC Sonoma
Open the hood. Those vehicles have a buss bar on the inside of the drivers side front fender. ( a buss bar is a strip of plastic, housing locations for wiring connectors running to various components on your car. They are secured to each post by a phillips head screw.) One of those locations is the "hot" for your fuel pump. If by chance you have an exposed section of that wire touching metal somewhere, it will blow the fuse. maybe someone has wired something else to it...causing it to blow.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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