fuel problem

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Asked by Justin Jan 31, 2010 at 10:56 PM about the 1990 Nissan 240SX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i got a fuel fuel problem, every time i turn the ignition on, the fuel pump fuse blows right away
any ideas anyone?
the car is a 1990 240sx s13.. pretty much bone stock

9 Answers

55

sounds like a short, am im guessing its a short in the pump and not the wires running to the pump. are you running electric fans off the fuel pump fuse? if so that might be the issue.

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65

Check what Gregg said... Sounds like there is a short somewhere. Also, are you putting the right size fuse in it?

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35

ok thanks.. yeah thats what i thought, no im not its just the fuel pump on that fuse.

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35

no adam... i see a 10A on the lid and im putting a 2 amp in.. duh how dumb do you think i am? im going to school for my mecanics papers

55

figure it out yet??? im still betting on it being the fuel pump itself.

65

damn dude... chill out- you gotta check everything. some dumb ass people put larger ones in so they wont blow.

35

No I have't yet. Have no time lol. I'm hoping to do it tomorrow sometime. Sorry Adam, I'm just a bit stressed out right now about it. It was working fine last summer bur just quit after a swapped a newer motor in it.

35

nope.. just from a single to a single.. i want a dual cam though

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