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Pontiac Lemans SE: 1993 Pontiac lemans

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1993 Pontiac lemans
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Pontiac
Expert:  Ron replied 1 year ago.
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One common cause for this fuse to blow can be caused by either a shorted oil pressure switch and or the harness to it. Start with checking the wiring to the oil pressure switch, and look for rub-through on the harness. If the wiring is okay, disconnect the oil pressure switch and start the engine and see if the fuse then holds, if so then the switch is shorted to ground and needs to be replaced.