Check the fuse and the relay. If it's the fuse, and the next fuse blows out immediately, be suspicious of the fuel pump.
The fuel pump is bad. It has probably locked up and will continue to blow the fuse. You could apply 12 volts directly to the pump through an in-line fuse to make sure. Make sure to use an in-line fuse if you try this, and do not make your final connection at the pump. A spark there is dangerous.
I had the same problem it was a shorted wire under the driverside causing the fuse to blow when you turn the ignition my downstream oxygen sensor wires shorted out (melted and fused together). check for anything shorted out connecting that fuse.
A fuse blows due to an over current condition. It could be a direct short to ground, or the "load" item pulling to many amps. The load is what ever item the circuit contains ie: fuel pump.
Either a bad fuel pump (most likely) or a short in the wiring somewhere. Suggest you disconnect the wiring from the fuel pump, put a new fuse in and see if it still blows. If no blow, bad fuel pump. Still blows, short in the wiring somewhere.
you know ive seen an s10 come through the shop that had a similar problem,see if you have anything plugged in to your 12 volt cigarette lighter,they had a charger that was bad and it would blow the fuse as fast as you could plug it in
probally wired the pump wrong
If it blows while driving, I would replace the fuel pump. If it blows when trying to start, I would replace the starter.
remove fuel pump fuse. then start engine it will stall when fuel runs out change filter then replace fuse.
Either the starter, or the fuel pump has failed and is pulling too much current. If it blows when cranking, it is the starter, if it blows by just turning the key on it is the fuel pump.
check wiring to injecters,sounds like a short.
If the fuse keeps blowing it has to be a short or the fuel pump dragging causing a large current demand. It can be shorted anywhere from the fuse box to and including the fuel pump internally. Try disconnecting the fuel pump and see if the fuse blows if so run a new wire (fused) to the pump, see if it blows. Start at one end of an electrical problem (Fuse) and go the the other end (Pump), then go to the middle if you have the right wire you can cut it in half and see if the fuse blows. You can get a self resetting fuse. If it gets impossible you can short the fuse connectors (wire or a large amp fuse) and look for smoke, it'll happen, but I would disconnect the fuel pump first.
The fuel pump fuse is located in the fuse box. The fuse box can be found in the engine compartment. The location of the fuel pump fuse is listed on the inside cover of the fuse box.
Not enough information. WHICH fuse blows out???
FP is an abbreviation for fuel pump. If the car quits when this fuse blows you probably need to replace the fuel pump if the fuel pump wiring circuit checks okay.
A fuse blows if it is drawing more amps then the fuse is rated to handle, or if there is a short. I suspect your fuel pump is starting to develop a problem, BUT DON'T USE A HIGHER RATED FUSE BECAUSE YOU CAN CAUSE AN ELECTRICAL FIRE !
yes just change the fuse and it should be good yes just change the fuse and it will be good
A fuse blows when there is a short circuit or an overload in the circuit.
So that the live wire is isolated when the fuse blows. If a fuse was placed in the neutral, the equipment would still be live when the fuse blows.
Recheck the wiring around the fuel pump, or check your polarities on the battery. Something is shorting out!
believe it or not it is under the hood, no one could help with this and that fuse blows all the time
Probably a bad fuel pump. Disconnect the wiring harness at the fuel pump and put in a new fuse. If it doesn't blow and you have 12 volts at the pump with the key on, replace the pump. If your fuse still blows, you have a short in the wiring somewhere.
The central locking fuse on a Chrysler Grand Voyager is in the fuse box under the bonnet, but strangely enough it's labelled 'fuel heater'. Mine regularly blows!
Typically the fuel pump fuse only blows when there is a problem with the fuel pump which causes it to use too much current. In almost all situations that is a worn fuel pump with bad internal bearings.
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