Re: [DML] Fuel Pump Not Getting Voltage After RPM Relay Replaced
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Re: [DML] Fuel Pump Not Getting Voltage After RPM Relay Replaced


Just to double check, you say you cut the blue/white
wire at the relay.  I don't see a blue/white wire
connected to the relay.  Did you mean white/purple?

If so, did you check your inertial switch connections?
 I've found one car that had connections down there
that were melted.  If they melt, you end up with the
same problem as popping the inertia switch (an open in
the circuit) which takes away your ground for the fuel

Mike   TPS    1630

--- davvet2 <davvet2@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> My Delorean wasn't getting power to the fuel pump,
> and I replaced the 
> RPM relay. Still didn't work, so I ran a new wire to
> the pump, and cut 
> the blue/white wire at the relay and soldered the
> pump wire. I checked, 
> and the pump ran. It started, I drove it out of the
> garage and was 
> putting some things back into place -- and after 3
> hours I tried to 
> start it and it ran for a second, then quit. I
> checked the fuel pump 
> for power, there was none. I checked the pump wire
> at the relay, no 
> power. I tried to use a jumper on the relay to make
> it start  still 
> wouldn't start, and I heard some clicking going on
> in the main & aux 
> relay area. Finally gave up and pushed it back in
> the garage and have 
> been searching the website for answers. Is it
> possible that I have a 
> bad ignition coil or would it be something else?
> If it's the coil, could someone give me a part
> number where I can get 
> it quickly (locally)?
> Thanks,
> Jim

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