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Just got a 95 SSr (Canadian si) automatic before you say prove it and what not its on wiki, automatic only because it was really cheap. Back to the problem, it had an alarm and the battery died resetting it making it go off when i got a new battery. Now the problem is after i put the new battery in it wouldn't start. A friend of a friend said he could take out the alarm ( mistake). He pulled a few wires, cut a few and still not running. I know i should have let him but im in a pinch for time and no car so I let him. I looked it up online and tested a few things. The engine is not getting any fuel to start and no power to the pump ( tested the wires at the pump). Really lost on looking for the reason. Any ideas?
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Re: No power to fuel pump . . . need help

did you pull the master relay and test it according to the gen specific troubleshooting guide?

there is a single output wire to the fuel pump... willing to bet it's shorted. iirc... it's a yellow wire.

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Re: No power to fuel pump . . . need help

Just an update. No power to main relay. Tested the relay and G101 ground all good there. Car is in the street and its been raining pretty bad since the post so not much time to test everything. Thank you Limp HUGE help with the manual.
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Haha...he called you limp...


I was gonna mess with you and tell you to reset the inertia switch, but I'm glad to hear you got it running.
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