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38-40 psi (with no vacuum)

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which engine,? there are many and a diesel.
each engine has unique EFI and specs....

did you scan the ECU? some engines has DTCs for pump pressure.
look there. using a scan tool.(any in usa work, newer)
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looked at alldata.com and there are no cut out.s.
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the PCM controls 1 fuel pump relay that powers the pump.
we check fuel pressure cranking, to see if it meets spec.
if not , work that,
if good, pressure, then we back up and check spark
fuel is last, not first test.

and if you had a real FSM it does tell you all permisses
for it to allow pump to run.
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or unflood mode.

1: fuses good?
2: all dash lamps glow key on,including the CEL?
3: got spark cranking? if not there will be no fueling by design (logic)
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that is the order, and if you get to #4 we work that.








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remove the vacuum hose, if it has one & you should see
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May also be able to see press with professional sacn tool
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