Question about 1989 Chevrolet S-10 Blazer
If you didn't damage the fuel pump with the dry run, and the relays are new, and the wiring is connected properly, it should work. If you have checked all the fuses in the fuse panel and none are blown, I don't think the fuse would be anywhere else. I've got one idea you can try. It's a long shot, but I've seen it happen several times. The oil pressure sending unit or switch, is tied into the fuel pump wiring. If the oil pressure switch is bad, or the oil pressure is low, the fuel pump will be shut down. Disconnect the oil pressure switch and use a piece of wire or a sturdy paper clip and make a jumper wire. Plug the jumper into the end of the oil pressure switch wiring connector and try the ignition to see if the fuel pump works. If that doesn't work, I'll do some research on the fuse location. Good luck.
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