Cant get power to fuel shut off or to fuel pump all fues are fine
Engine will spin over has no gas at fuel rail bleeder vavle have turn switch on pump will not run could ccpm have gone out car has sat up for about a year is this what turns fuel pump on and off to run engine? car is a 1995 ford mustang gt 5.0 thanks mark
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Fuel is probably stale. Pump or pump relay might be stuck.
I suggest you check the fuel delivery to the fuel rail. If no delivery the pump isn't working and the supply should be checked and then take the appropriate action depending whether the supply is good or not.
find the filter pull it off and clean it if u cant clean it replace it they usally are cheap on older vehicles but with the filter off turn the car have someone turn the car to the on position so the pump is pumping and see how good it is coming out of the line if not very good then your gas tank line to the fuel filter is clogged but if its fine check the next fuel line the one on the fuel rail there is a bolt on the fuel rail crack it open and have someone turn the key if gas comes out then you are getting fuel and that would mean your injectors are bad
Most likely its the fuel-pump; have someone turn the power on while you listen for the fuel-pump to come on when you have the gas-cap off. Just put your ear next to the gas-filer-tube and see if you can hear a buzzing noise come on when the power is turned on and the motor is not spinning.
I would ask the dealer if it has a fuel saftey shut off switch. That switch shuts the fuel-pump off after the first hit in an accident. Its a safety feature.
have to bleed the air out of fuel line do this by locating the bleeder vavle on fuel rail have a friend turn the key on but not crank the car just turn key on open bleeder valve for a couple secounds close it have him turn key off do this a few time until you have steady fuel no air close vavle back vehicle should start now be careful fuel is flamable
if engine turns over & will not crank after putting fuel in it . 1) make sure fuse is good for fuel pump 2)make sure you can hear pump come on (you should hear pump every time u turn key in on position for a second or two . 3) if thes check out on fuel rail u will have schrader vavle push this vavle couple of times to see fuel comes on (turn key on -off each time u push vavle)
The bank 1 and 2 are your oxygen sensors. Sounds like your fuel regulator isn't working, or either you're not getting gas pumped from the fuel pump. Turn your car on (not running) have someone to listen for the fuel pump to kick on. Or you can disconnect the line going to the fuel rail and turn the switch on and you will see gas come out if the pump is working.
The power to the fuel pump occurs for only a short time when key is on,engine off. This is to prime the fuel line. Power resumes during cranking and running. Was the power to the pump checked during these cycles or checked with key on only? Power may be present and fuel pump is not reacting. Hope this helps..