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Re: fuse confusion

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04-18-2013 10:59:18

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I suspect ypou may have a lamp or relay on the same fuse that' floats' to positive when the fuse is pulled out. As was said you still may have a bad ground problem. Is the pump in the tank or external to the tank?

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Dell (WA)

04-18-2013 11:35:15

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 Re: fuse confusion in reply to tracman, 04-18-2013 10:59:18  
tracman.......the pump is EXTERNAL to the tank. I HATE laying on the ground with the rain drippin' up my nose. It takes all the "curl" outta my mustache .......curly Dell


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04-18-2013 12:01:14

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 Re: fuse confusion in reply to Dell (WA), 04-18-2013 11:35:15  
Dell can you pull the connector off the pump and repeat the fuz /lite check?

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04-18-2013 12:56:48

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 Re: fuse confusion in reply to tracman, 04-18-2013 12:01:14  
Sounds like a bleeding ground to me also.
Unplug the pump and with out the fuse see if there is voltage on both sides. If yes start pulling other fuses and when the voltage is gone you know what circut you have a bad ground in. Also is the fuel level sending unit on the same circuit that could be your problem there also.
Lots of Luck

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