The problem was the capacitors
I went out and tested it again and it worked fine.
Fuel pump came on right away.
The capacitors I took out were 25v 220 micro ferrads. I replaced them with 35v 220 micro ferrads, recommended by a certified professional.
The computer that I put these on had been replaced before so this must be a common problem. Now that I think of it the only other computer I replaced was on a regular cherokee a year ago.
Main thing to remember when replacing capacitors is to mark the negative position when pulling them out of the board. I just pulled on them when I put heat on the back side with the soldering iron.
Cheap fix, It cost me $10 otherwise I would have paid $150 for a computer.
Thanks for your support!
Sunday, January 5th, 2020 AT 7:23 PM