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97BMW Z31.9 ran fine ,battery went dead ,replaced, engine cranks, no fire to plugs ,no power to fuel pump. checked fuses,relays,jump pump terminals pump will run.

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May be you should make a diagnostic and i think the tool DigiProg 3 can help you

Posted on Oct 29, 2012

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    will have to find digiprog 3. thanks

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Check power supply line to your engine control unit (computer).

Posted on Oct 29, 2012

  • Steve Lopp Oct 29, 2012

    will check tomorrow, thanks.

  • Steve Lopp Nov 01, 2012

    had power to computer. still looking

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SOURCE: 1994 740 IL no power to fuel pump fuse. I have

Most vehicle route the fuel pump wire through the ignition switch the switch could be bad

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SOURCE: no power to fuel pump, no trouble codeswill run on either,

if its the lift pump in the tank your refering to and you have checked the relay is not burnt out then the sender unit itself needs to be replaced in the tank

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Engine cranking, did you check for spark at the plugs, also, check fuel injector pulse. Any applicable trouble codes?
When you first turn on the key, no crank, can you hear the pump run for a couple seconds?
If only a fuel issue, jump the relay to see if pump will run. Unplug relay, use jumper wire between terminals 30 and 87, the pump should run, don't need to use your key. As you can see, terminal 30 is hot all the time. Also, check that fuse.
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If the relay has power to it, check the other relay terminals with the engine cranking. When cranking the engine, two terminals should have power-the fuel pump feed, and the signal from computer to activate the relay. If both signals are present, check the pump wire from relay to tank, check the fuel pump ground, and check if the coil side of relay has a good ground-signal from computer goes to coil input side, the coil output terminal should go to ground.
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I have a 1991 chevy caprice and i have chang everthing but at one point i can pour gas into the top and it will start but now its not doing anything right now its not getting no fire at all i change...


Sounds like you spent a small fortune on fuel pumps. Don't keep trying to jump it to start. Take the battery off and have it charged up. No further tests will be valid without a fully charged battery.
Is it the computer? Always a possibility, but that should be your l;ast resort. You might change it and later find out it was a bad fuel pump relay, or something like that.
Lets go back to the point you put gas in and it fired off. ( Further cranking after that may have run the battery low enough that you lost spark.) A mechanic would next check if power was getting to the pump by checking the pump wire for power at the tank connector, when the engine was cranking over. If no power, pull fuel pump relay and check for available power on one terminal where relay plugs in. If power is ar the relay, swap relays and see if was a bad relay. If no help, further electrical tests need done before condemning the computer, wiring needs checked, grounds need checked, and the relay itself has one terminal that goes to ground. You be better off diagnosing the problem, or having it done, rather than throwing new parts at it. Try to get the pump working first, then if still won't start, check the injectors and injector circuit. And go back to check for spark-at this point having removed and replaced what you have, and jumping it, and cranking, cranking, cranking-if no spark, start by checking all fuses on the car.


Not much help, I know, but proper testing is the only way to find it.. Or just go ahead and change everything till you find it or are broke. Not being snippy, if I can help anymore, post back.

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1997 Cirrus battery went dead. The car ran fine


These cars are known for having engine related electrical problems that can be difficult to track down. One dead sensor is sufficient to prevent start up .

It is possible that your problem had nothing to do with the jump start or battery replacement.

Without a full diagnosis anyone not able to test the vehicle will be guessing.

One thing I would do is to check your fuse panels for all engine related fuses such as fuel pump, ignition and fuel injection to ensure these fuses are sound.
Check all visible wiring carefully including your battery connections. Carefully disconnect and then re-connect the battery at both terminals.

Your best option is to have the car towed to a reputable repairer that is familiar with these cars so he can run a full check and isolate the problem.

Whether you have blown something in the course of jump starting the car is unknown.

In future, when jump starting these older vehicles always turn the headlights on and do not turn them off again whilst the vehicle is running until after the spare battery used for the jump start has been fully disconnected. Everything else should be off.

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