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Old 11-24-2012, 05:02 AM
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2005 Dodge Ram will not turn over. Everything inside turns on.. looks like there is no power going to the fuel pump. Checked the fuses, still stumped. HELP. I MISS MY BABY!!!!
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How are you checking power to the pump? Are you using a test light or meter at the pump connector? Have you the checked the ground at the pump and the pump relay for proper operation?
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Used a meter to test the power going into the pump. NOTHING. Fuses, relays are fine..
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does the truck want to start but just isn't getting gas or is nothing happening? If nothing is happening when you turn the key it probably is the crank shaft position sensor. I had one go in a grand cherokee that I owned. 500 bucks later in labor chasing wires, new computer, and everything in between and it was a $50 sensor
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Used a meter to test the power going into the pump. NOTHING. Fuses, relays are fine..
If you're positive the pump relay is working properly and there is 12V on the 30 terminal then there is a break in the wire going to the pump from the relay. With that being said, I have to tell you I've never seen that happen in nearly 20 years in the business. May I ask how you checked the relays?
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I am new to this so Im sure if this will be seen. I have the same type problem. 2004 5.9 went dead like the key was shut off. started one time for a few seconds then dead for good. I changed the fuel pump (intank) has been converted. Still nothing. The pump isn't running. Help!!
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