I posted a week or so ago on my 1996 Chrysler New Yorker, 3.5 w/ 86 k miles. I was pulling out a parking lot one night and car stalled. Car blew the 'B' maxi fuse in the under hood power distribution center. Fuse is for the starter relay, fuel pump relay. With appreciation to tomguy for the wiring diagrams i checked all the wires for the fuel pump. I traced and checked all the wires and ground for the fuel pump. Found nothing. I swapped the relays since they are all the same part number. Didn't help. I checked every wire and ground for the car i could find. Can't find anything anywhere shorted, touching, burned, corroded, oxidized or anything else. Looked at wiring for the injectors, oxygen sensors, abs and everything i could see. I removed the wires from the starter and cleaned them. Took the power distribution center out and checked everything on the underside and it looks like new. Basically the car will run for a few seconds and blow the fuse. Along with much back pain i put in a new fuel pump that is identical to the original. I figured the pump had gone bad. Started the car with the new pump, ran a few seconds and blew the fuse. I disconnected the electrical connector from the pump and put in a new fuse with the connector to the fuel pump off. Started and ran a few seconds and blew the fuse. Now I'm really stumped. Help is appreciated since with my back i can only work on it for so much time each day. Battery is 1 1/2 years old. I can hook everything up and not start the car and the fuse will hold. I can turn the key to activate everything but not start the car and the fuse holds. Start the car and in a few seconds it takes out the fuse.