Hi lowridertk84. Welcome to the forum. Grab a test light and go to one of the small wires on the back of the alternator with the probe. (Clip on the wire should be attached to the engine or to the battery negative cable. While holding the probe on the alternator wire, or on the ignition coil positive wire, (but I'm not sure of the color), have a helper turn the ignition switch to "run". The test light should light up for one second, then turn off. That's where your fuel pressure is coming from. The pump will run for that one second.
After the light goes off, have your helper crank the engine. Your test light should turn back on anytime the engine is rotating. If it does not, suspect the crankshaft position sensor. If it does, you must determine if you're missing spark or fuel.
Saturday, July 17th, 2010 AT 10:39 AM