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Replaced wires to fuel pump and now am blowing fuse after 30 sec. run time.

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Sounds like your fuel pump may have gone bad. Seems it might be drawing to much current. You can try disconnecting the fuel pump at the harness and turn the key and see if the fuse still blows. If it does not it is the pump.

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