My relay is set up as follows, #30 battery power, #86 switched power source, #85 ground, #87a connected to 30 when off, #87 connected to 30 when on. After my heep stalls I still have 12v at #30 and #86, the relay reads 75ohms looked it up and its good. Ran a jumper wire off #85 to a ground and yes the fuel pump comes on, the only click was the fuel pump relay is that what you ment?
Turned off the IGN and got 165 ohms from #85 and only 88 ohms from #86 so I traced the wire from 85 and it goes back into the box at the engine control fuze, there are 2 large ground wires leaving the box are all the curcuits grounded through these? Or does the ASD have its own ground? The wire I traced from 85 didn't appear to be damaged but if all the curcuits are grounded together then that would have to be causing the extra resistance? Would 165 ohms be enough to cause a problem?
How can I test the ING switch? What do you mean by ground driver in the PMC? Thanks
Friday, October 5th, 2007 AT 8:19 PM