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I have 1987 Mazda B2200 2.2 ltre, turns, fires, no fuel psi.

I have 1987 Mazda B2200 2.2 ltre, carb, w/electric fuel pump. Its turns over, sparks, and does not get fuel. New pump installed, no signal (12VDC) to 3 pin connector going to tank. Can not locate fuel pump control box or any sort of inertia device. Do Not have wiring schematics to determine fuel sytsem devices and locales. Can you help me out here? Thanks...Thomas

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  • texastom02 Dec 04, 2008

    DJ....

    Thanks for the reply. Your suggestion was a good one, but I am afraid this beyond simply chosing a relay. I cant find the relay or device inwhich controls the fuel pump. Therein, what device is it. The easy ones have already been determined not as players. The Haynes/Chiltons all speak of a fuel pump control box....and or a fuel cut off switch..None of which this vehicle has. Its a complete mystery.

  • Jai Bennett May 11, 2010

    I assume this vehicle is serviced and has had it's fuel filter changed

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I had something like this before. There is a fuel saftey switch near the gas tank right by the rear end. Its a roll over sensor and mine fell off the mount and I guess the truck thought it was upside down :)

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Look under hood to see if theres a relay there. it may need to be replaced. good luck

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