Question about 1991 Ford Thunderbird
1996 dodge ram 5.9L gas. Replaced fuel pump, still no fuel. Checked voltage 12v on solenoid, replaced. Fuse ok. Still no voltage to fuel pump. Is there an inertia switch?
No you most likely have one of the famous wiring problems for a dodge to have possible pcm problem check all pin conections to pcm on passenger side of fire wall under hood will be a start.
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
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