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Re: OT chev won't start

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delvaughn

05-03-2013 06:09:15
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Wow thanks for all the help!
Bob--the relay clicks on than off in about 3 sec.
thanks for the schematic.

ASFguy--I jumped the #87 (it is hot with the key on) and #30. The pump didn't run. So you are saying to check from the relay termial #30 power side an see were the power drops off using a test light?




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05-03-2013 12:19:18
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 Re: OT chev won't start in reply to delvaughn, 05-03-2013 06:09:15  
The relay kicks on for three seconds or so to build static fuel pressure to aid in quick starts. You need to verify 12 volts with a test light upstream from the relay at the relay first. Make sure you have a bright test light for the power lead into the relay when in ignition run position. If you do go to the next downstream(from the relay) connector and back probe the connector to see if the light is bright. Continue on until you lose test light brightness. Make sure each location tested has a bright light. A dim light means excessive resistance and probably not enough voltage to light the light and therefore not enough to power the pump. Don't rule out corroded terminals or loose terminals.

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