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Old 02-13-2013, 09:43 AM
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Originally Posted by ramvan2500 View Post
Yea I understand what you're saying. Well I don't know where to tell you to start, personally I would try and get that fuel pump tester, rule that out, then go ahead and check things like the wiring.
You can't rule out the pump if the wiring to it is defective. Sure you can try rigging up a battery and some jumper wires to test the pump, but I've seen a guy set himself on fire trying that stunt. Gaining access to the pump connector and checking for B+ with the relay jumpered via volt meter and then checking continuity to ground is an easier and safer way to go.
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