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Old 05-11-2006, 12:11 PM   #1
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I have the demon car from [email protected]**!! I have given her a new transmission, CV shafts, coupler, odds and ends here and there.... and I just can't deal with it any more!!

Car had a weird miss, so, I did the usual ICM swap, new plugs, replaced wires... checked coils several times... went with the ones that were in the 7.50 range... from the ones that were in there were in the 6.20 range. I also went ahead and changed the Crank sensor. I now get a "code 17" as a current code and a history code. If I apply the gas more than 30% I blow the 20 amp fuse for the fuel pump. I do know that they are related.... (the fuel pump and the ignition). I am just trying to get this thing back on the road!!! I can only carry so many 20 amp fuses. Any suggestions??
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if you keep blowing that fuse; check for a short in the circuit between the fuel pump relay and the fuel pump.

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I have checked the wiring... never did touch any of that while I was under there... hmmm. Still having fuse issues under a light load... It will idle but anything more than 5% throttle, it will blow...... HELP!!
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