Join Date: Jan 2003
Location: Escondido, California
If the fuel pump isn't even cycling, see if its relay inside the Power Distribution is turning on-off as it should when the ignition switch is first turned on. You'll need a helper to turn the ignition switch on while you put your ear next to the relay to see if you can hear it click on-off. If you hear it clicking, odds are that the fuel pump is bad. A volt meter or test light to test for 12 volts turning on-off at the rear at the fuel pump's power plug would help to verify it. The plug is on the driver's side where where it goes into the gas tank skidplate to power the fuel pump.
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