Question about 1996 Dodge Ram 1500 Club Cab
Removed pump-comes on when tested,checked power at pump plug-7.5 volts,could the pump have a dead spot in it or do I have anouther problem?
I would check voltage at the fuel pump relay, and check for resistance in the wirring from relay to pump. It is common for a fuel pump develope a dead spot as you describe it. Is what actually happens most of the time is that the pump gets week enough so that it will not start with fuel pressure load and run fine without load. Can not say for shure weather your fuel pump is bad or not as I do not Know What led you to the conclusion that it was not working. If you are confident that lack of fuel pressure was your trouble I would bet the fuel pump is the problem.
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