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.
It is very common for the starter to be the cause of that fuse blowing.
the fuel pump tank wiring is faulty at the pump
there is a fuse under the hood for "fuel ingtion system" # 20 amp change that im searching why my car keeps blowing the same fuse
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.
If your tail light is blowing a fuse everytime you step on the brakes there maybe a faulty or crossed wire. Have your mechanic check it out to be sure.
An electrical short between the fuse and your fuel pump, I would replace the fuel pump first..
my Chevy cobalt 2005 keeps blowing the fuse everytime i put my windows up or down i had the door wireing replace a new window motor replaced new switch and it still blows the fuse what can the problem be
I have a 91 240SX and had a similar issue, my Fuel Pump had to be replaced.
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.
A live wire in the audio circuit is touching metal, or connected to ground in some way.
WHY MY ECU 15AMP FUSE BLOWS EVERYTIME I START MY 97 ACURA INTEGRA
remove fuel pump fuse. then start engine it will stall when fuel runs out change filter then replace fuse.
most likely a faulty fuel pump.
You may have a problem in the pump. Take it off and check .
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 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.
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!!!!
it is in the fuse block and is used to protect the fuel pump and wiring to the fuel pump from being overloaded and melting or catching fire by detecting to much current and blowing (melting) before the wire harness or pump does.
Either you have a loose cable, a short somewhere or the wrong fuse. Do not change fuse rating other than what it specifies to.
There is a fault associated with the fuel pump. You may need a new one, or it may mean a severely clogged fuel filter.
it has a short somewhere in the electrical line
you need 30 pus
Fix the fault blowing the fuse.