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Won't start 2.9 l engine 4wd

Will not start. taken fuel pump apart, but need to know the voltage to the fuel pump. any other ideas of what it could be?

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  • Lanita Douglass Feb 05, 2009

    when i turned the key on, i could hear the fuel pump, and all of a sudden i couldn't hear it energize.

    when i checked the voltage at the back of the truck where the fuel pump is, it only shows 6.5 volts. why the drop in voltage?

  • gasitjr May 11, 2010

    12 volts. Do you have spark? Is fuel pressure good ? Notorious for fuel presure regulator failing and allowing fuel to pass thru vucum hose into intake manifold; Flooding condition.

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Check the Fuel pump relay

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Usually connection at relay red or brown also check fuel pump shut off located passenger side floor under heater

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