Question about 1993 Saturn SC1
1992 SC. Fuel pump replaced, worked for about 200 miles. Failed again, pump replaced again and failed. Fuses viewed as blown (fuel pump) and Ignition (MAXI). Replaced, no go. Oil Sending Unit replaced, all fuses verified as OK. Still no power being delivered to pump. Seems to be an obvious short somewhere. Any ideas?
You need to get the schematic / wiring diagram . There is a junction block in the center console where the wiring is routed to the entire car. The contact on the power wire to the pump gets burned /dirty and becomes intermittant . It needs to be cleaned .This happened to me twice.
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
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