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Q: Fuse keeps blowing.

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The fuse for my fuel injection keeps blowing.

A: Hi, it sounds like you may have a injector ...

Hi, it sounds like you may have a injector that is shorted to ground or an injector cable that is shorted. You can test them with an ohm meter. I would suggest getting a mechanic, such as one from YourMechanic, to look over the wiring and test the fuel injectors with a multimeter.

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