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Fuel pump fuse keeps blowing. first started with other fuses

(1997 Ford Mustang)
in South Bend, IN on January 01, 2013
I had the inside fuses blowing for lights and radio then they quit and went to the fuel pump fuse and turn signal fuses. fuel pump fuse is in the engine fuse block. I changed the ccrm and fuel pump but the fuse still blows. what else should I be looking at
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on January 01, 2013
Check wiring harness for corrosion or damage. Maybe get a factory electrical service manual for best reference. Find common items in power distribution and junctions (items with same fuse). Does vehicle have flood damage history?
on January 01, 2013
maybe you have a short somewhere
on January 01, 2013
REPLACE THE FUEL PUMP
IT HAS A SHORT IN IT
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