Backstory. In January my truck shut off while idling. After a tow and some fiddling it was the fuel pump that was the issue. It was replaced, along with filters and a rebuild of the throttle body. Ran better than ever.
Last Thursday. Truck got me home fine, had a tear in the passenger tire, fun. Woke up for work, she would not start. All accessories were fine, battery was fine, truck would not start. She would crank, but not fire. After checking fuses, relays, throttle body, battery, it was found that there was no pressure in the fuel rail. After more electrical checking the tank was dropped, the pump was replaced and she is now in the same situation. Still no fuel at the rail. So it seems there is no power to the pump.
Today. Rechecked fuses and relays. Same no start condition. No codes running. Unhooked negative at battery, let sit for ten minutes. Reconnected. Same no start. Have battery unhooked currently. Wondering if it is PCM, a random faulty ground somewhere, the harness to the fuel pump, or possibly some easier solution I am not seeing as I am now focused on fuel delivery. Please help. I have fallen and I cannot get up.
have the same problem?
Tuesday, June 6th, 2017 AT 3:59 PM