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For the last two days the fuel pump fuse keeps burning out on your 1992 marquis this happened once last year and has been fine up until now pump was replaced in late 03 any ideas as to what problem is?

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2005-09-15 01:13:11
2005-09-15 01:13:11

I would suspect a plugged fuel filter which can cause a overheating fuel pump and / or the fuel pump is going out again.

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