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THE CRANK FUSE KEEPS BLOWING WHEN START MODE IS APPLIED TO SWITCH. CHECKED WIRING FROM FIRE WALL TO STARTER , AND IT IS COMPLETE (NO SHORTS OR BURNS...IS INTACTED). THINKING THE IGN SWITCH MY BE BAD! WHAT ARE YOUR THOUGHTS?

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SOURCE: shuts off while driving. no fuel pressure. pcm fuse blows/ fuel pump relay inserted.

Sounds like the fuel pump is shorted.

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You have a short (bear wire) somewhere. Trace the wire and find it.
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have your starter tested at your local auto parts store to see if it's drawing to much current

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