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Posted by Anonymous on
The problem might not have been the fuel pump at all. The problem could have been the fuel pump relay failing. Of course, there is the possibility that whoever did the work botched the job, failed to connect the pump inside the tank, or damaged the pump.
I would suggest that you (or someone else) remove the connector at the fuel tank, and connect another separate battery to the fuel pump wires, to see if the pump runs. If it does, there is a wiring problem or something else stopping the power from reaching the connector on the tank. A current meter electrical series with the fuel pump will tell you how much current the fuel pump is taking. Did you check to see if there is a fuel pump fuse, and see it it is burned out (open)?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had this problem in my shop and its been a Crank sensor and on one occasion it was a fuel pump relay that was bad. Most like its a the cranks sensor that's bad NOT the fuel pump relay but check both. To check see what missing when vehicle doesn't start or shuts off . If there is NO gas its the relay. If there is NO spark its the cranks sensor. Good Luck and contact if you need more help. Thanks for using FIX YA
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
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