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

While feeling around today I found a loose wire ontop of the crumple 
tube that was clearly not attached to anything. I pulled the loose end 
out and tracked the attached end to a ground attached to the drivers 
side on the crumple tube thats just under the pipe that runs to the 

Before all this I also attempted to run the fuel pump again, this time 
with the RPM relay AND the inertia switch both jumped. still no 

Any and all help on anything further that I should do would be greatly 

Thank you
Josh Tidwell    VIN 04463

> --- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "dmcjosh85" <dmcjosh85@> wrote:
> I removed the inertia box to see if it was melted or not. There I 
> found the box to be partially melted where the connectors are on the 
> box and slight damage to the harness connectors to the box from the 
> very same heat.
> > 
> > So if theres any further tests I can do please advise me, id be 
> much appreciated. Id like for a way just to proove that 100% of the 
> > problem was due to the inertia switch box.

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