Are your fuses good. Not only good, have you pulled then in and out several times to "scrape off the crustations" (corrosion) that night be in your fuse block or on the fuse terminals. A 12 Volt test light on either side of the Female ends, in the block (fuse installed, key on) would verify that "Juice" was making it thru the fuse and on into the female plug
I have glass fuses in my CJ, sometimes I must clean the "clips in the fuse block" amd the ends of the glass fuses to make some of my accessories work.I have a mechanical, EZ to access fuel pump. Worked on my '77 CJ5 (changed several times, very EZily) for 35 years, same situation on my '46 Jeep for 65 years. Whats so hard about putting the danged fuel pump somewhere EZ to get to nowadays?
I hope the fuse "in and out thing" is the cat's meow! I also use dielectric grease on all connections/ fuses, on anything I mess with too, a tube ain't real expensive! Your Jeep's not getting any younger!
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Wednesday, June 15th, 2011 AT 6:52 PM