Fuel Pump will not turn on?

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  1. cab41610

    cab41610 New Member

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    :confused: When i go to start the truck it cranks, and cranks, but not fire. I have a good battery, good spark, but no fuel is getting to the throttle boby. I have replaced the fuel pump, and all wiring inside the gas tank. The fuel pump will not turn on. I have also replaced the fuel fitler & the relay and no change. I am just not getting any power to the fuel pump.
    Any suggestions?
     
  2. 72'CaminoKid

    72'CaminoKid Senior Member

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    sounds like thats the problem to me
     
  3. cab41610

    cab41610 New Member

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    Any suggestions on where to look for the power lose?
     
  4. 02F2504x4

    02F2504x4 Senior Member

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    get a wire diagram for your truck and a volt meter and chase down your porblem could be a split wire or something also check your fuses.
     
  5. 72'CaminoKid

    72'CaminoKid Senior Member

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    agreed ^^^^^ you may need to drop the tank and check the coltage at the fuel pump, this should tell you if your getting any power to it
     
  6. mudseeker

    mudseeker Senior Member

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    just get a mechanical pump, i hate all the electrical stuff.:D
     
  7. 72'CaminoKid

    72'CaminoKid Senior Member

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    i agree with that even more. mechanical pump is safer anyway
     
  8. 88chev

    88chev Full Member

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    i would definitely check your fuses first and then go through and check all your wiring to your pump.
     

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