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Installed fuel pump now not getting 12 volts at pump connection
1991 Ford Ranger

Installed fuel pump now not getting 12 volts at pump connection

(1991 Ford Ranger)
Only getting 6.7 volts
1 answer & 3 comments
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on June 06, 2016
how are you checking the voltage,with key on or while helper is cranking it over?
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on June 06, 2016
With key on, register 12volt split second then reads 6.7 volts on voltage meter
on June 06, 2016
you will only see it for a split second,then it drops out.what happens if you spay starting fluid,does it run for a few seconds then cut off?
fuel pump fuse to fuel pump relay,then to inertia switch,then to fuel pump connector.
on June 06, 2016
Key on, Got connections correct, but fuel pump not getting sufficient volts do not use spray
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on June 06, 2016
how are you checking the voltage,with key on or while helper is cranking it over?
Sign in to reply
on June 06, 2016
With key on, register 12volt split second then reads 6.7 volts on voltage meter
on June 06, 2016
you will only see it for a split second,then it drops out.what happens if you spay starting fluid,does it run for a few seconds then cut off?
fuel pump fuse to fuel pump relay,then to inertia switch,then to fuel pump connector.
on June 06, 2016
Key on, Got connections correct, but fuel pump not getting sufficient volts do not use spray

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