My blazer recently has had an issue with the fuel relay fuse. I have replaced the fuse (several times) until I noticed that one prong on the fuse is "burning out" and causing the vehicle to die, even when driving. Do I need to replace the whole fuel relay center and if I do, is there an instruction manual available to help me pull this part and replace it?
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2000 Chevrolet Blazer Question: Fuse Relay Center
Answer #1dandd April 17, 2010, 20:06Master
It sounds like, possibly, that your fuel pump is drawing to much juice and blowing the fuses. Check the draw of your fuel pump or have a shop do so first.