Not getting power to fuel pump. sat for two days went to start it, it just cranked and cranked but would not start. Ran power directly to fuel pump from battery and fuel squirted out. So i figure my pump is good but just dont know why am not getting power to the pump.
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Re: 1985 ford ranger
Fuel cutoff swicht you probably hit a pothole look on the passager side kick panel scare switch botton on top push it you gonna ear a click noise that it it should start or you can have corroded wire thanks for using fixya pierre
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I am having the same issue. I keep having to pull my fuse every few days to get my dpx300u to work again. I'm thinking of just hooking up a switch to the fuse input just to have a power reset button on the thing, because i'm getting sick of having to to tear apart my center console every time this happens.
The EQ has two power wires on the back like a head unit. One is constant power, and the other one is ignition/switched power. This normally happens when the installer takes the switched power and applies it to both power leads going into the EQ or head unit. The EQ needs the constant power line run to a 12V source that never turns off. The constant power line is normally yellow, and the switched power line is normally red.