[DML] Re: electrical issue with fuel pump
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[DML] Re: electrical issue with fuel pump

All of the previous posts have good, quick things to check. Another common problem area is the plug in the wiring harness up by the windscreen washer reservoir. The power and ground for the fuel pump goes through it and it has been known to corrode. Not easy getting to, the little bolts holding the cover to the body corrode and get hard to remove. You also have to remove the front, left tire.
David Teitelbaum

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "adamfastdmc" <AdmiralSenn@...> wrote:
> Try temporarily grounding the pump and see if it turns on. You might have a bad inertia switch or bad connection somewhere, especially if your inertia switch is the old, pre-recall style. 
> --- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Soloflexed" <soloflexed@> wrote:
> >
> > Had car running fine, went away for two weeks, started up car and found fuel pump not working. Checked all contacts in fuse box and relay. Every thing seems to be getting current. fuel pump wires have be splice to a fuse jumper. wires have current. relay has current, but current stops with wires going to fuel pump. I am stumped. Has anyone had this problem with there car. Also this is one of the 500 series which had a number of issues. Is there possibly an auxillary electrical connection I am missing?
> >


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