wiring (not the transistor) in case the BPC (in this case) shorts. That's automotive engineering. However, I have seen cases (actually one case) where the fuse blew and saved the ECU's MOSFET. This is why I said *reduce the chances* in my earlier post. Remember, the transistor is being pulsed and does not receive a continuous signal. That means that if the BPC is shorted, the transistor will not fail immediately. Please refer to the datasheet for more info.
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