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99 jeep cheroke stal with no warning

Blows the fuse for fuel pump ; the fuse and pump been replaced; keep doing the same

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You will need to crawl under the jeep and try and find were the fuel pump wiring has worn through and is shorted to body or frame of truck, look for places that the wires run close or look damaged, like the loom cover missing or insulation rubbed through.

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