The code is for the control side of fuel pump relay. The computer monitors the voltage on that control circuit, if voltage isn't what is excepted, the computer can set that code.
The fuel pump should prime the system for a couple of seconds when you first turn the key on, no crank. After it goes to cranking, there has to be an rpm signal or the computer will kill the fuel pump, and other systems The rpm signal comes from the crank sensor.
Before you crank it, cycle the key on and off a few times, see if it helps? Use a gage and check fuel pressure.
Then, I'd check the fuel pump relay control circuits for voltage and ground.
Make sure the battery has a full charge.
Wednesday, September 17th, 2014 AT 10:36 AM