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96 zr 580 electrial problems

Hi ive got a 1996 Zr 580 EFI. Its having electrical problems. I keep blowing the 3 amp ECU/EFI fuse. Ive tore the sled dang near apart checking the wiring and i cant find any bad wires any where. Any ideas that could help me?
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Have you tried a 5 amp? Is there a seperat fuze for the fuel pump?
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Ya ive went up to a 15 amp fuse and blew that. the fuel pump and ecu are on the same fuse. Im thinking a bad wire because the fuel pump turns on and the computers red led blinks once. But where to even begin looking for a bad wire is a nightmare
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Battery hooked up backwards?

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Start with the pump.
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i tore it all down today and it seems to run with the teather bypassed... not really sure why that would blow a fuse but road it for a while tonight without blowing any fuses soo im thinking that was the problem
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Kool something simple!
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ya im glad it was somthing simple.. ive been pulling my hair out for a week now
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