An electrical short between the fuse and your fuel pump, I would replace the fuel pump first..
It is very common for the starter to be the cause of that fuse blowing.
not usually!!if fuse is blowing out check for short!!
More than likely the fuel pump is going bad. Also check for a clogged fuel filter which will cause the pump to overheat and blow the fuse.
The fuel pump is shorting out and that is why the ecm fuse is blowing .Disconnect the the fuel pump and try it again,if the fuse blow's again then it is not the fuel pump.
You have a bare wire that keeps shorting out & blowing the fuse, I had the same problem. The wire is the one that runs from the fuse to the fuel pump. The casing has melted away and now the wires are touching.
The wire may be shorted to the frame.
Short in wiring, relay or pump? internal problem in fuel pump.
Fuse, switch, speed resistor or motor.
You have a short or over current situation in that circuit. Check for a wire rubbed through and touching metal.
Short in the wiring or a bad fuel pump.
the fuel pump tank wiring is faulty at the pump
Dead short to ground or an overload
A short in the wiring.
Well it should NOT. It sounds like someone either nicked the control wires to the fuel pump and it is gettng grounded - thereby blowing the fuse or there is something wrong with the fuel pump. So take it BACK to the dealer and let them fix it!!!!
Fuel pump fuse or relay are bad.
Yes that could be the cause. If you keep blowing a fuse, either you have a short, loose connection, too small a fuse, or the circuit is overloaded.
I have a 91 240SX and had a similar issue, my Fuel Pump had to be replaced.
You need to find the cause of the short.
Disconnect the harness at the fuel pump and replace the fuse. If your fuse doesn't blow after turning the ignition on, you probably have a bad fuel pump, check it for shorts.
you probally have a bad wire that is shorting out and blowing your fuses.
A short circuit somewhere.
A short in the wiring (grounding out)
There's a short in your main line going to your fuel heater.