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Fuel not getting to intake

Engine cut out, we know it's a lack of fuel to engine. I want to check all before repalcing fuel pump. What should we check.

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Check the fuel pump fuse,relay and the pump .the fuel pump is in the gas tank.there is a fuel pump relay in the fuse box under the hood.2 of the pins on the relay are for the coil,and the other 2 are the contacts the pin sets are diagonal so that it works in 2 directions.one pin set is about 100ohms,that is the coil set. the set that is open is the contacts.the contact set is the ones that you jump .if you jump across the contacts,the fuel pump should run all the time.if you do not hear the pump run,hit the tank with a piece of wood and if the pump starts,it is bad..Most GM cars use a gray relay and the pins are diagonal,so that the relay still works in both directions.There are 4 pins,2 for the coil and 2 for the contacts to switch on the pump
The coil set has about 100 ohm resistance and the contacts are open.that is how you can get the pin out on the relay itself and that will tell you how to match it up on the fusebox to jumper on the fuel pump.
if you use a test light,one pin on each set has 12 volts with the ignition on.if there is not 12 volts on 2 pins,the fuse may be blown.if the car has 150000 to 200000 km on it the pump is probably gone,or if it was run with less than 1/8 tank a few times.The pump uses fuel to cool. common problem.do not run below 1/4 tank especially in hot weather.

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First check the fuse if its burned the replace it if it happens again change the fuel pump. If the fuse is good check the fuel filter. But if the engine just cutout it may be the fuel pump

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Check to verify there's fuel pressure at fuel pump, always check for blown fuses first. if the fuel pressure is not present at the fuel rail then the pump is bad, providing that all fuses are good.

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