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I just changed my fuel pump a week ago an the car ran good after that. now today when i made it home my ecm fuse blowe. now every time i try too put a new one in it keeps blowing them. i went thur 3 fuse's. i dont know what too do. plz help me.

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SOURCE: 20 amp ECM B fuse

check again the fuel pump. check the resistance if too low. or unplug the pump and put a fuse again, if the fuse will not blow, then the pump went bad again.

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SOURCE: keep blowing fuel pump fuse

replace your ignition modular

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SOURCE: the ECM fuse keeps blowing out

check the wiring to fuel tank something shorting. replace wires to fuel tank.

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You have a short (bear wire) somewhere. Trace the wire and find it.
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Posted on May 01, 2009

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SOURCE: FUSE KEEPS BLOWIN (STARTER, IGNITION, & FUEL # 8 FUSE)

you need a new starter I just went through this problem had my starter changed and have not blown any fuses in days....oh and by the way getting to the starter was not and easy task.

Posted on Jun 18, 2009

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