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Hi, my name is ***** ***** fuse 37 powrs the egr valve, when they did a delete, they may have left the wire toucjing a ground, which would cause the fuse 7 to blow, have you checked the connector at the egr valve yet?
it is located above the oil filter, below is a diagram showing it, the pink wire at the egr is what goes to the fuse 37, so check this wire real good,Tim
I am sorry, I was offline when you replied last, check the pink wire with the dvom, and see if it is grounded,Tim
we dont need to see power, if you put the dvom on voltage, then put the black lead from the dvom on the positive battery termnal, then touch the pink wire connector, see if it reads voltage, if it does, then the pink wire is shorted to ground,Tim
ok, then this is the problem, that wire is grounded some where, have yu removed the smart relay, and seen if the fuse still blows?
just unplug the relay
it is located near the driverside headlight, below is a diagram showing it,Tim
OK, NOW leave the relay unplugged and the ECU, and check that pink wire again, and see if its still grounded?
you just disconnect it at the ecu, the plug,Tim
it will set codes if the key is on when you disconnect the ecu plug, you need to check this with the ket off??
ok, then the pink wire is grounded somewhere in the harness, and this is what is causing the fuse to blow, you will have to trace this wire from the egr connetor, al the way to the fuse box, it is grounded soewhere in the harness,Tim
I dont understand your question, are you checking this with the test light lead on the positve terminal???
would you like to discuss this on the phone?
I dont set the prices, I just answer the questions,Tim