After looking at the blown fuse, it appears to have burned thru, on one end of the metallic loop it is thrown up against the top of the plastic fuse and there is no loose pieces in the interior of the fuse. I would have to say that it was a standard blow/burn due to overamperage and not use a worn out fuse but could still be slightly defective, I guess?
It seems to have been caused by a shorted injector for some unknown reason but how can I determine which one if all appear to be operating normally now, again with zero ohm resistance? I just have a feeling that it will randomly reoccur and I don't want to be in a bad spot whenever it does decide to let go, kinda like a ticking time bomb, not knowing when it is set to blow! Well, I do thank EVERYONE ON THIS GROUP for their efforts to assist me on this. We will still do some undercover work and determine the culprit yet! Ha...... I did look at the wiring diagram that Mike posted and the only other factor could be the PCM throwing a bad signal/grounding/shorting to the injectors, some kind of way??? I don't see anything else other than that or harness wiring/connectors which I have looked at already?