Question about Harley Davidson FLSTC Heritage Softail Classic Motorcycles
First trace the fuel pump fuse to the battery and, make sure you have power to the fuse you may need to replace the old wire from the battery to the fuse, if the power goes to the system relay but, doesn't come back out; replace the bad relay; still not working? next:
Connect a long 18 gauge wire between the fuel pump + or, positive (hot) connector and, the battery momentarily and, listen for the fuel pump motor to "buzz" If it does remove the wire and follow the hot wire up to the hidden relay; jump the relay, if it buzzes the fuel pump; replace the relay, if jumping the relay didn't work and the fuel pump still does not "buzz" check the pump ground: connect a wire between a bare, unpainted area on the frame and, the - negative (ground) fuel pump connector start up the fuel pump, normally if it now buzzes replace the ground wire or, scrape the place where the ground wire attaches to the frame and, re install the ground screw.
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Locate the fuel pump relay in the engine compartment fuse block at location K4/C-1051. Remove the fuel pump relay. Start the engine and allow it to idle until it stalls. Crank the engine for 5 seconds to ensure fuel supply manifold pressure is released. When vehicle service is complete, reinstall the fuel pump relay and turn the ignition on to pressurize the fuel system. Start the vehicle and check the system for leaks.
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