I am not sure how to jump relay. It is a new pump. I replaced it when it lost presure when driving down road. After siting over night it started but only ran for 2-3 min then presure went to zero.
November, 21, 2010 AT 5:34 AM
You either have a bad relay or a broken wire. Rather than jumping the relay, switch the relay with one that has the same part number to see if the fuel pump runs.
Let me know what you find.
November, 21, 2010 AT 2:13 PM
I had already put a new relay in it. No change
November, 22, 2010 AT 1:28 AM
Okay, then we need to check for power to the relay slot. Using a test light, touch one wire at a time to see if there is power to any of them.
November, 22, 2010 AT 2:02 PM
With ignition on I checked power where relay plugs in.
87 from control moduel. Yes, has power.
85 no power.
86 no power.
30 no power.
ECM B fuse has power both sides.
All the wiring comes in under the fuse/relay block. I'm not sure how to access it.
November, 22, 2010 AT 4:52 PM
You have it where it is needed. If the relay is good (you replaced it), then there has to be a broken wire between the relay and the fuel pump. Not a fun job, but you have to check for continunity to see if there is a break (open circuit).
November, 22, 2010 AT 9:43 PM
Thanks, I started checking all the wiring possibilities. I found that when I grounded to the frame at the pump, it worked. The ground coming through the wiring bundle must be faulty. I bolted a ground wire to the frame at the pump. This will not cause any problems, will it?
November, 23, 2010 AT 5:20 AM
No, it will work fine. Just make sure it is protected so nothing can happen to it. Also, make sure where you placed the two ground wires together is tight and won't come apart or be able to tough any of the power leads.
Let me know if you have other questions, and congratulaions, you just saved yourself about 200 dollars in diagnosis time from a shop.