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New fuelpump & relay, fuelpump want come on.

Replace fuelpump, relay, fuses, and crank sensor. Fuelpump want come on.

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Check all those item again, especially the crank sensor, check the fuel pump by adding 12v to it, make sure its good. tun on key, make sure your getting 12v from fuel pump wire

Posted on Jul 30, 2009

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    damian clarke Jul 30, 2009

    check all those item again, especially the crank sensor, check the fuel pump by adding 12v to it, make sure its good. tun on key, make sure your getting 12v from fuel pump wire

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    Josh Blankenship Jan 27, 2014

    im not getting power to fuel pump but getting power to FSCM

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