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Will the alarm system stop the fuel pump from working, when a new fuel pump is installed

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All these solutions are not for a 1995 Chevy truck so none of them are of any help.

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Most alarm systems are equipped with a starter kill relay that disables the starter. Unless the alarm is installed wrong, it shouldn't effect the fuel system at all including the fuel pump.

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No power to the fuel pump


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Also check the fuel shut off switch since you do not have power.

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Had a fuel pump installed and now the car wont start.


Check the following:
- Fuel pump pressure.
- Polarity.
- Fuel filter.
If the problem persists keep the starter motor engaged for 8 Seconds.
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Mar 03, 2014 | 1998 Mazda MPV

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2001 Mercury Sable Intermittent Fuel Pump?


You are right that it could be either component, or something else electrical. The security system will kill the fuel system if the wrong key is used or the system is acting up.
A mechanic would check base fuel pressure with a gauge and also see if the pump is getting power from the relay when it fails to start.

Jun 07, 2013 | 2001 Mercury Sable

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Am not getting power to fuel pump an alarm system was installed after market would that affect fuel pump


no 2 alarms are the same.

follow the path, of the pump. using a volt meter. (pink wire)
some cars, only run pump for 3 seconds key on, and cranking.
so take 2 people.

Apr 07, 2013 | 1995 Suzuki Esteem

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I am looking for a way to kill fuel supply to the engine as an anti theft device. My truck (2004 Dodge 2500 5.9L Cummins) has the factory alarm, but I am not sure exactly what this alarm does as far as...


If you remove the fuel pump fuse of relay you will stop the flow of fuel. A simple on/off switch installed on the hot wire going to the fuel pump will work.

Oct 07, 2010 | 2004 Dodge Ram 2500

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It start and stop immediately


One of several issues will present this problem.
Bad fuel pump = check for fuel pressure and power to pump replace as nessassary
Plugged fuel filter = change fuel filter
Alarm system activated = disable or deactivate alarm
There are other possibilities but you need to start with these

May 20, 2010 | Chevrolet Cavalier Cars & Trucks

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My 2000 Oldsmobile Alero does not start. It cranks fine, has a new battery, new spark plugs, and I can hear the fuel pump working. I was thinking of checking the fuel filter next. Much help needed


check for a good spark first, if there is none look at ignition circuits its more likley this part,
it could also be the car alarm the immobiliser shutting of the ignition ""stops it getting nicked?"
try resetting the alarm if you take off pipe to carb and there is fule pumping out!!! fule filter is "ok" for starting up on!!! take care working with fule!

Oct 30, 2009 | 2000 Oldsmobile Alero

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Clifford immobiliser unlocks doors, does not start car


Find where your fuel pump relay is and check for power there. Most alarm tech's and alarm system dis engages the fuel pump at there relay's.

Simple things to check is the fuse first then go for the relay and if everything there is working properly, it could be your alarm may have gone bad or your fuel pump it self.

Good luck and hope this helps

Apr 13, 2009 | 1996 Audi A4

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Alarms system is a big problem


PURPOSE OF ALARM SYSTEM IS SO THAT WILL WARN IF BEING STOLEN ALSO CAUSES IGNITION SYSTEM TO BE DISABLED BY SHUTTING OFF FUEL PUMP POWER SUPPLY WILL HAVE TO FIX ALARM SO VEHICLE WILL START

Feb 18, 2009 | 1996 Volkswagen Jetta

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1999 pontiac grand am alarm engadged and won't start or reset


turn the key on for at least 20 mins or so, the security light should stop flashing. This is very common for these cars. turning the key on and leaving it on for 20 mins resets the security system. When the "security system" on these cars activates, all it does is shut the electric signal to the fuel injectors off, the fuel pump still kicks on and you still have spark, but the injectors dont shoot fuel. If the turning on for 20 mins dont work, you will likely need a whole new ignition, and you take the inside out of yours and put it in the new one so you re-use your key. hope this helps

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