1987 Chevy Suburban V8 Automatic
87 suburban won't start. I just changed the starter, took the car for a ride, parked and the next time won't start---> no fuel. The fuel pump doesn't run when key is switched on; does run with power straight to the pump. I found a fuse to the fuel pump relay that keeps blowing when key is turned to run position. If relay was removed, didn't blow. I replaced the relay, but continue to have the same problem. I get no trouble codes from the computer through the check engine light. How do I tell if problem is with the computer or some other electrical component? Does anyone know that the resistance should be on the wires at the fuel relay?
Saturday, September 4th, 2010 AT 11:27 PM