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It wont deliver power to the fuell pump fuse all good fuell pump work whit a jump cable

The hot wire wont deliver power to the fuell pump, only works use a jump cable fuese are good,the only way start is whidt start fuell thats the only can start

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Trace the wire back to the fuse,if or run a wire from the fuse to the pump

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You know that how?

What testing told you that?

I would only be guessing (that is all we do here)

But it sounds as though the ignition switch is worn
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Get yourself a wiring diagram & see how the system should work,
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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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The main fuel pump in a Volvo is really well built and rarely fails (Bosch simply makes great fuel pumps). A good survival trick if you think a main fuel pump might be bad... give it a quick tap with a wrench. For best results, if possible, tap the pump when cranking the engine (while power is going to the pump). If the pump is bad, often the tap will make it come to life and it may stay running until you shut it off. This trick can get you back on the road and get you home in an emergency. If it's a bad fuel pump relay, this will NOT work as there will be no power going to your pump. If this is the case, you might try the below relay bypass "jump" trick to get power going to the pump. TESTING YOUR FUEL PUMP
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You can make a jumper from a wire with stripped ends or even a straightened paperclip. Jump the circuits on the right side of the fuses for best results
For a 1979-84 240, jump fuse circuit #5 to #7.
For a 1985-93 240, jump fuse circuit #4 to #6.

If the main fuel pump doesn't begin running when jumped (you should definitely hear it humming), you either have a faulty fuel pump or faulty wiring to the pump (bad wiring is really common under an old 240, near the pump). This test of course assumes your battery is good.
If one of the fuses blows during this test, the pump circuit wiring is shorting to ground somewhere between the fuse panel and the pump.


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