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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 06-29-2007, 04:16 PM Thread Starter
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well maybe not that big of a problem, I hooked everything up to run a holley blue I had, and went to kick the ignition over, and nothing, no pumps at all running, I double checked all of my wiring and relay to make sure it was right and it was. Tried again, and nothing. I put a test light on the lift pump connector and it has no power at all, therefore I have nothing to signal my holley blue on/off. Any ideas?

Does anyone know what fuse is for the LP? I googled and it turned up with nothing. Thanks

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Check on the inside of your fuse panel. It should list what goes where.

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Check on the inside of your fuse panel. It should list what goes where.
I did that, just after I posted, switched out that relay and still nothing.

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I would follow the lift pump wiring as far as i could with a test light or multi-meter and check for a break in the wiring.

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I would follow the lift pump wiring as far as i could with a test light or multi-meter and check for a break in the wiring.
did that aleady, I checked continuity from as far as I could to the connector

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Why is there 2 different spots on the ECM for Transfer Pump power?
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Possibly a ground issue?
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If it's coming out of the ECM doesn't that mean the Pump only running 5v source? I'm alittle lost lookin at this wire diagram. Haven't slept much last week, sorry if I'm looking over something easy. But my fuel pump hasn't worked for the last 20,000 Miles and I think I should try to fix it.
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Possibly a ground issue?
there is no power at all coming from the + side of the connector, you need power + ground to make it work, it just has no power at all

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are you using a known good ground to check your B+? Did the pin back out.
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