1994 saab 900s 2.3l installed new fuel pump and fuel filter.but no power from fuse for fuel pump ,took wire and connected to other fuse to override ,get power to pump thru filter but no gas going to engine what stopping it from getting there.can put gas into fuel injector/carb area start up and then dies .got sideswiped on drivers side day before,is there a cutoff,bypass relay,etc maybe telling gas not to go,please help ed lodzinski 772-985-1813
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I assume you've checked the battery and it's connections. Next I would look for a fuse or fuse link that feeds the ignition switch. If that is okay, it points to the ignition switch and it's wiring. I hope this steers you in the right direction.
just put in new fuel pump, filter and now who fuel relays. I keep blowing fuses under my dash/ took the meter to it and im getting power in the left side of the fuse prong but on the right side its grounding its self out. any ideas on what it could be?
Take a look at the sparkmodule asm, this is a common problem with these saabs, the next thing would be the fuel preasure,make sure the pump is operating and putting out enough preasure,and last look at all fuses, these barrel type fuse corriod at the end and dont make the connection,
Fuel pump runs or not ? If runs and no presure at out put line than either the pump is toast or the filter (before the pump) is plugged or plane Jane no fuel or a pin hole in the suction line (draws air instead of fuel), if the fuel pump does not run, than check the fuse and the connector at the pump to ensure power goes to the pump.