NO POWER TO FUEL PUMP
1987 Chevrolet Silverado • 89,000 miles
I just replaced fuel pump cause had no power lucky i did cause strainer was bad but still no power to it but when i run jumper from fuel relay to 12 volts the pump works it does have dual tanks but the passenger side doesnt work theres not any fuse links on power wire by battery only by alternator and down by starter both are good check fuel relay and its good. did separate the fuse box from outer but dont see any fuse links there either...have any idea on where else i can check?
August 21, 2012.
August 21, 2012.
Does the Dark Green/White wire at fuel pump relay has battery voltage when ignition is turned on and while cranking?
Not really sure if i check it and i dont have voltage there where do i go from there as i already tried changing ecm and no difference
At the ECM, check terminal A1 for battery voltage with ignition turned on. This would only last a couple of seconds as the fuel pump primes. Crank the engine and if battery voltage is available, you have a broken connection between the ECM and the relay.
There are 5 terminals for the fuel pump relay, do you have battery voltage at the Tan/White wire? If no, check the oil pressure switch.
Do u have the wiring diagram for the fuel system in my truck that u can post for me
Here you are. They are too small so I split them up. See if you can print them out and join together for a clearer picture.
Ok on my truck on same bracket as fuel relay theres another relay there with different number but nothing plugged into it do u have any idea on what its there for
I read on another website that some trucks cam out with a 20 second relay for harder starting trucks not sure if thats what it is or not
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