Car drives fine, then suddenly shuts off. Found FP/INJ fuse blown. Replaced with another fuse and as soon as I turn the key ON, it blows. I have come to realize that it happens only after I make full throttle blasts. Make a WOT run and then, next thing you know, the car shuts off. The kicker is that after the car sits for roughly an hour, or sufficient cool down, install a new fuse and iit will start and run normally again. During my latest break down, yesterday, I was looking around for a possibly shorted fuel injection harness irregularity, or other faulty wiring, I noticed wet looking, probably oozing, ignition module tan/brown potting material around the base of the ignition module plug. So, my theory is that my ignition module is on it's way out, becomes overheated under WOT, and causes the FP/inj fuse to blow, and once it cools, will again function. I have other known good ignition modules and will install one today and will post further. Any other thoughts, or past experiences or fixes, concerning this problem is appreciated, and great information for those who will have this problem in the future.