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Re: control module making noise &wont start
Check and make sure that you have not blown the relay. You might be able to swap it with another one under the dash. It could also be stuck, tap on it with the handle of a screwdrriver, if it frees up, replace it.
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your problem moest likely not relay need to cheak fuel pressure and spark control modul e egr valve could be stuck also I had the same problem with my 1993 s10 relay is under the hood usely on the right side on the firewall
Did you put at least 5 gallons in the tank so the pump will prime properly? Do you hear the new pump running for 1 second when the key is turned to run? Do this remove the Schrader valve core from the fuel supply rail to the injectors on the engine fuel pressure test port (don't loose it) and repeatedly cycle the key from off to run, do not crank the engine, this will help to prime the electric fuel pump, but have at least 5 gallons in the tank before starting the process. Make sure someone watches the fuel pressure test port so when fuel starts to flow you stop the priming process before everything is covered in gas. Also a fuel pump doesn't cause the system you described, an ignition control module and stator cause that and are a known problem in this year of truck. Another problem is the ignition starter switch comes apart.
Hello! Change the Fuel Pump Relay...The prime contacts are defective..They are single pole double throw and normally closed for several seconds to prime the pump and then swing open applying battery to the fuel pump on the normally open side...The chatter is that set of contacts not breaking free from their normally closed position...The result is a unprimed fuel pump (which you are priming with gas into the throttle body....That plus the noise...Guru...saailer
under hood has fues box black box passenger side under cover tells what fuses are .There are three fues panels on this car 1 driver side on side of dash,2 inside glove box and 3 is out under hood.I would check you fuel relay switch.if its not it then check ecm electronic control module .you can check this with an ohms meter or smell it see if it smells burnt .good luck
unless u had an accident exceeding 3 g's the fuel pump cutoff switch will not trip, u just have a defective fuel pump most lkely, the switch however is located in the cargo area side panel, this is outlined in the owners manual.
the pump is part of the filter/separator not in the tank no fuel will come out if filter is removed make sure there is fuel in the upper filter if there is the pump is ok it might be an oil pressure concern