Re: [DML] Dead fuel pump?
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Re: [DML] Dead fuel pump?

  For starters you can jumper the socket for your rpm relay to give your  fuel pump direct power and confirm that the fuel pump really is  bad.  There are instructions one how to do this with a picture at

dmcjosh85 <dmcjosh85@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:  Earlier today I was at the drive thru at the bank, and since the 
teller was taking her time with the other car ahead of me I decided 
to shut down instead of wasting the gas. well a couple minutes 
passed and the it came time for me to start up and move up. only 
problem is, was that the car was cranking and not starting. 

Confused I pushed the car into a parking spot, and had a family 
member pick me up and take me home. Thinking it could be a hot start 
problem I decided id return later on and give it a try, also when I 
left I took my battery with me just to charge it up.
Later I returned with a fully charged battery and a cold engine in 
the DMC. tried to fire her up and no go.
I inspected to fuses and even though none were burnt I replaced the 
fuses with some spares I keep so I can rule out dead fuses. I also 
noticed I wasnt 

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