[DMCForum] Re: very frustrated!! - starting problem
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[DMCForum] Re: very frustrated!! - starting problem



Okay - I didn't bother test starting it because with the jumper (a
godd one) in place and a full battery I'm getting 9.5volts at the
pump.  I do not hear the pump either (with ignition turned or off). 
I might replace the new pump with my old one to check to see if I
get a different result (I don't think my old pump was ever broken, I
just replaced it as a revamp)  - should I even bother with that?  SO
I'm pretty sure that the relay is bad becasue I get no voltage when
it is place and at least I get 9.5 when I have the jumper in place.
I hope to have some more info by tomorrow evening...  :)


>
> It's not a dumb question. Remove the air cleaner and press down
the
> air flow sensor, spray in a little starter fluid. DONT go nuts
with
> it. You could flood the engine or worse, have a wicked back-fire.
>
> Just a "one thousand and one" squirt. Start the car immediately
> before it all evaporates.
>
> Tell me again: Did you hear or feel fuel pump activity with the
good
> jumper in between 30 and 87?? Did you measure 12 volts at the fuel
> pump wires when the jumper was in place??
>
> Don't bother starting the car with the relay in place. We already
> know it doesn't work.
>
> If you have 12 volts on the fuel pump with the jumper and you hear
it
> buzz, with the jumper, it's worth a test start.
>
> Rich A.
> #5335
>



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