I just got the car, its been sitting for 3/4 yrs. I was told that the fuel pump was out, but before replacing it I determined there was just no power to it. Just to be sure, I jumped the fuel pump and it operated correctly, there is no filter blockage, there is adequate pressure to the fuel rail, and the car is firing correctly. If I apply fuel through the air intake it will temp. Start and run fine. I checked the injectors for power with a meter and they are hot with the key on. What would cause the fuel pump not to run when the key was turned on, and why will the injectors not take the fuel even when I jump the fuel pump! Thanks for any help you can give me!
Don't know these cars, but as for the fuel pump not working with key on I would suggest checking the pump relay and or inertia switch.
Adequate fuel pressure? Is it within specs?
Good luck. Let us know what happens.
December, 25, 2006 AT 7:49 PM
I would check the fuel pressure regulator
December, 27, 2006 AT 12:02 AM
I read that it needs 39psi of fuel pressure to run and I has just under 42. I can jump the fuel pump relay and make the pump run, but it doesnt run with the key. I made sure the inertia swith worked properly and even jumped it. I switched out the module on the distrubutor for the injector pulse. Still nothing. The injectors are getting power with the key on. I appreciate the input guys. This ones' got me stuck!
December, 27, 2006 AT 12:41 AM
Hi garage911----Here is some info that might help you out : arrow: Test for Injector Pulse. Remove injector connector to insert injector test light (node) or volt meter. Observe light flash or gauge pulse while cranking. If light/voltmeter doesn't responded a Ignition Distributor/Crank Angle Sensor (CAS) or a Ignition Module is most likely your problem.
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What's the deal with the relay? Are you bypassing it?