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Old 07-27-2020, 04:04 PM   #64
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I had to put my brain in and start diagnosis. I checked the lug for power like I said, and saw that I was getting voltage to the sender, so I moved down the chain.


For sanity I jumped the pump to the power wire and made it spin. Sweet. Then I checked the resistance between the pump connector and the connector inside the car. This is what I thought I would see.


Then I moved up to the other side of the connector. It looks like I found my problem.


No good. Thanks aftermarket.


Let's rig it.




Then for sanity once again, I put it together, jumped the fuse again and watched gas pump out of the supply line. That should be the end of the saga, but it isn't. I went for a test drive. No dice. I came back to the house, jumped the fuse again, nothing.
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