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Hello. Welcome to Just Answer. Please allow me to assist you. Please fit a new fuse, and before turning the key to start, disconnect the fuel pump wire connector and then try to start; see if the fuse blows.
ok. It is not uncommon for a short to develop in the wire connection between the wire connector and the fuel pump; that metal thing on top of the tank can corrode and short out the pump power wire.
Hi there, I was just wondering if you still needed help with this? The problems seems to lie in the wire between the 7.5A ign fuse and the efi relay itself. How comfortable are you, accessing the connectors behind the fuse box which the the 7.5A ign fuse sits, and testing for continuity?
That is strange, ok just to go back to the beginning, was any work done recently that caused this issue, or were any parts replaced? that 7.5a ign fuse, is part of the EFI relay circuit, airbag sensor circuit, charging circuit and combination meter/gauge cluster.