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Power to fuelpump

If i run power strait to fuelpump will that cause other problems i can't find the fuelpump relay

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  • kenneth graham Apr 24, 2010

    that was a big help now i need to find the fuelpump relay

  • Richard Scordino May 11, 2010

    Probably won't cause anything bad to happen, just don't power up the harness side coming from the relay. Make sure you use a fuse in the line and have some means to turn it on and off. I used to put a mercury switch in the line to prevent pump from running after a roll-over but they are illegal now.

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If you find the relay you may not need to run a wire. make sure the relay is working.

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