Question about Honda del Sol
Did you fit the wires correctly to the fuel pump? Have any been jammed and split?
Can you hear the fuel pump prime when you turn on the ignition? If not, the relay is under the dash with all of the other fuses. It is a large square relay. Change it with any other Del Sol relay.
Check the main relay, under the steering wheel, large connector. The joints becoming dry. Take it out and resolder it.
Reset the ECU, take the negative battery lead off for 30 minutes. Refit and start the car.
Any further problems - is the fuel pump uprated/ If so, why, standard pumps fuel enough to go beyond 9k rpm, not need for high pressure. The ECU could have allowed the relay to stop fueling if there is too much pressure. Refit with a standard pump if so.
I hope I have covered all bases here. Your vote counts for me, thanks.
Posted on Jul 17, 2010
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