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I have 2004 corolla. while driving the car just died. could not get stated. thought battery or alternator. neither of those. checked fuel pump. was not that either. then the fuses. sure enough the 15 amp for the fuel pump blew. what could be making it blow?

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Possibly to much ampereage draw from fuel pump check for codes and sometimes can bang on gas tank and will start after replacing fuse if vehicle starts then have fuel pump replace it will fail again

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