I HAVE NO VOLTAGE TO THE BOTTOM ROW OF FUSES WITH THE FUEL PUMP FUSE, WHAT COULD BE WRONG?
1999 Cadillac El Dorado
I just replaced the fuel pump. Now the car won't start. I replaced the fuel pump fuse and still no start. I did however find out that I do not have have power to the bottom row of fuses that is associated with the fuel pump fuse. What could be wrong?
April 19, 2012.
April 19, 2012.
Ok, there is a MAXI fuse block under hood that has high amp fuses and 1 of them is ignition which feeds the fuel pump and other fuses. Check those.
Also that feed from ignition high amp fuse goes thru ignition relay before it gets to the fuses you are testing. I dont have location for that yet.
There are relays and fuses in rear compartment too. Start checkin those too.
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