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No power to fuel pump 1999 sunfire

No power to fuel pump fuse es good relay good swtill no power

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Check the wiring at the fuel pump assembly for corrosion, if the wires look ok, i would then move to the Crank and cam shaft sensors. if these sensors are not in good condition , it will cuase these actions.

if everythign checks out ok with the sensors, this will confirm a serious PCM issue.

Posted on Jun 19, 2009

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    Michael Masters Jun 19, 2009

    I would also run a diagnostic scan on the vehicle for any stored trouble codes that may be in the PCM/ECM.



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