I dont think I was clear enough in my explanation earlier. The fuel pump is supposed to pump until proper pressure is built, no? So if you remove the fuel line, then the pressure cannot be built and pump should run and run, right? In oher words would the fuel pressure regulator still cut off pumps with fuel line disconnected? It still stops running.
Also, so long as I ground pin #6 on the EEC test connector, the pump will run all day.
We know the results of that test mean: I am getting power from EEC power relay to fuel pump relay coil, from the Fuse link at starter solenoid to fuel pump contacts common pin, from the ignition swith to EEC power relay coil, also that the fuel pump and EEC power relays are OK, Inertia swith is OK, selected fuel pump is ok, wiring and plugs are ok from fuel pump relay to pumps, ground for pumps is OK, and I am getting power from Ignition switch to EEC Power Relay Coil. Also, the test bypasses the EEC computer. That is why I replaced the EEC computer. So why does it work when grounding that pin only? (And could it be the Stater bad?)
Tuesday, August 18th, 2009 AT 9:16 PM