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When a fuel pump goes bad can it cause the EFI fuse to blow in a 1987 Toyota Supra turbo?

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2006-09-14 16:46:56
2006-09-14 16:46:56

It did on mine. When I went to check the pump, the fuse was blown. Replaced it and found that the pump was also bad.

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