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Old 07-29-2020, 01:38 AM   #11
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Ok on that note I had a friend help me we did disconnect the fuel filter and turned the key on to see if it was pumping and the answer is no it wouldn't pump the fuel. So I guess that makes it a definite on having to change the fuel pump. I just can't find a full assembly I have to just take out the old replace only the pump and strainer and hope for the best. My friend mentioned checking to see if there was any power actually going to the pump but we didn't have a tester. Is there anything that would cause it not to get power or is it basically if it ain't pumping it ain't working??
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Is there anything that would cause it not to get power or is it basically if it ain't pumping it ain't working??
Fuse. Did you find/check it?

OH, got an OHM meter? aka "meter".
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Yeah I checked the fuse put new ones in I even swapped around the relay to see if it was that but no luck so I guess it's just my luck with this truck. Went from dropping the tranny to dropping the tank. I just hope I change the pump and that's all there is to it and I get it back running. I done spent a bit of time and money in this truck so if it don't pan out I don't know what to do.
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OK, thanks for reporting on the fuse.
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I would put power to the pump somehow for a few seconds after you get it out, just to see for sure if it is the pump, or a break in the wiring between the pump and the fuse. But mostly it will be the pump anyway.
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