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PostSubject: Blown Fuel pump fuse   Sun 29 Mar - 22:12

Hi all,

Went to asda today. Went to reverse into a bay with minimal revs... And stalled so ignition off then back on... Nothing... Again...nothing... Alarm on/off... Nothing so had to push it into the bay and found the fuse had blown... Was a 15a but only had a 20a spare so put that in until I got home and replaced with a 15...

1. How's this happened? The RCM pump pulled too much and popped the fuse? (Had my oem Xenons on top of it matters)

2. Should I put a 20/30a fuse in to help prevent this happening again?

This is the first time this has happened (and that IVE stalled it too) - so can't see it being a short?

Any ideas fellas?

Cars running fine since, took it upto alnwick castle and back playing with 911s coming back haha
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