Car was jump started with 48 volts replaced all blown fuses now when i try to start it fuel pump fuse blows only

Asked by GuruCRFNZ Mar 04, 2019 at 03:48 PM about the 2005 Honda CR-V

Question type: General

Tried you jump start car
using 48 V by mistake
replaced all blown fuses
now when I try and start
to occur the only fees it
blows is feel pump fuse

7 Answers

357,625

How did you do that? You probably have a lot of things that are damaged. Maybe the fuel pump was fried.

Being dumb ass guy try to use a golf cart i knew better but sht happens

357,625

This is going to cost you dearly! Good luck!

Is thier in line fuse to save computer

357,625

I don't know. You may want to get a repair manual.

357,625

Here is one thought for you. Fuses protect circuits when operating at their rated voltage. High voltage alone will not blow a fuse so there is very good chance a lot of things are dead.

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