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I am with Peter on this one. No diagnostics to this before replacing parts? Not that what you have done is a waste of time by any means but should have been diagnosed first. I assume it is turning over but just not getting gas is why you went the route of of the fuel supply. You could have saved a bit of time by having a fuel pressure test done which is what I think you still need to do here. Verify that the fuel is getting the the engine. That will for once and all confirm or eliminate your fuel problem. This test should not cost you more than 75.00. You can go to a parts store like ORielly and they will let you use a pressure tester for free. Hope this helps and I will keep checking for responses and help with what I can.
i know industry jargon can be confusing, but lets try this. if it turns over but won't start, it could be your ''ignition module'' that sits on top of the vave cover on the motor or it might be the fuel pump or filter. make sure when you crank the engine that the key is all the way turned or it may not always make a proper contact to activate the ignition module. iv'e seen this before & had to change the ignition switch & all worked ok after that. i would need to know engine lt size to give you more details on the matter. please get back to me.
what do you mean by "dash lights"? how do you KNOW the pump isnt working? how do you KNOW its good? at the ignition switch the ORANGE and PINK should have power in the RUN position the BROWN and TAN/WHITE should also be HOT in the run position. There should be a red wire near the fuel pump relay, make sure its HOT when cranking. IF its HOT and the fuel pump doenst run, the pump is bad. You can also put 12V on that red wire and power the pump.
my next step is to MANUALLY attempt to see if this engine will turn. Disconnect battery, remove starter completely which will expose the flywheel. With a HEAVY flat blade screwdriver partially inserted by a tooth in the flywheel, exert pressure in a pivot movement trying to move the flywheel . If it doesn't move the engine is seized.