Are you able to hear if the fuel pump primes for a couple of seconds when the key is first turned on? If not, then you really should perform a fuel pressure test. You will need a fuel pressure gauge, but most parts stores will lend one to you. Here is a link that explains how it's done:
Now, if you don't hear the pump and there is no pressure to the engine, we need to determine if there is power going to the fuel pump. Although the fuse is good, we can still lose power at other places.
There are two fuses of interest. One is for the fuel pump and the other is for the fuel injectors. Here is how it works: When the fuel pump should turn on, the ECM sends power to the fuel pump relay primary circuit which energizes the coil in the relay. This closes the switch in the relay allowing power to flow from the fuel pump fuse to the pump.
So, I need you to check both fuses. Note that the 10-amp fuel pump fuse will only have power when the relay is energized. The 30-amp fuse should have power with the key in the on position.
In addition to checking the condition of the fuses, make sure there is power to and from therm. Here is a link you may find helpful:
If they are good, remove the fuel pump relay and switch it with a different relay in the box having the same part number. If there isn't one, here is a link that explains how to test a relay:
I attached the schematic related to the fuel pump for your reference.
Let me know what you find or if you have other questions.
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Sunday, June 19th, 2022 AT 10:01 PM