Hi, I would have left the connector plugged in and back-probed the wire in question. Our database, MOD, says battery voltage on that circuit. The databases are not always correct. There is an oil pressure switch in your fuel pump circuit, parallel circuit to the relay. Once you crank it enough to bring up oil pressure, if there is voltage at the op switch and the switch is function, the pump will get voltage from the op switch and the pump will run, even with the relay unplugged.
If a problem with dark green wire with white tracer, you will not get an initial prime. With an extended crank, the oil pressure comes up, the op switch in the fuel pump closes and the pump will run.
Friday, January 15th, 2010 AT 4:27 PM