Splicing in new connections is real common on these fuel pumps.
You'll need to test for fuel pressure. If it is building pressure or is lacking enough pressure ( or fuel flow due to pinched lines) knowing what the fuel pump is doing. You'll need more answers as to why the engine stalls right after start up.
If you can keep the engine running with starting spray, you can assume everything else is functioning normally except the fuel system.
Adequate fuel and air, spark, timing and compression are all required for the engine to run.
Wednesday, January 21st, 2015 AT 7:37 PM