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Unread 03-26-2012, 02:23 PM   #1
robert644
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Fuel pump relay issues.

Hello,

Well, I am trying to make my poor 89 XJ get up and go, but it is one thing after another apparently. I replaced my leaky original injectors with nice Bosch 00280155746 ones, but then developed a leak at the rail/hose fitting. Of course no one knows what a fuel line quick disconnect kit is here in town.

After solving that, my fuel pump up and gave up. There is power to the relay, and I can jumper the connections and make the pump go, however nothing with the relay - except

When I initially turn the key, the pump fires up for about a second, then quits and stays off. If I bleed the system with the fuel pressure testing port, the pump does not kick in to maintain pressure, and I don't recall seeing anythihng about a pressure switch anywhere in the system anyhow.

Also, if I hotwire the switch, the vehicle still doesn't want to start.

The longer I own this car, the more I realize I can't give up on it, for all the time and effort put into the thing, and the specific knowledge about it! I hope this isn't a bad ECU though, and perhaps I need to just hotwire the thing as the ignition key switch gave out some time ago.

Thanks for your help and time.

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Unread 03-26-2012, 03:28 PM   #2
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So I read that when turning the key, there is an initial prime, after which the pump shuts off. Then it reactivates during cranking. Vehicle will still not start, and testing indicates voltage to the coil. I guess I will pull out my spark tester next!
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