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No power to fuel pump

(1990 Honda Prelude)
in Tomball, TX on August 30, 2009
I have a 1989 Prelude,the problem is i lose power to the fuel pump at ignition.I have power at start and the engine will start for that few seconds but when key comes back to ignition I lose power.Checked main relay.i get the 3 clicks at start and have power from relay to pump.I ran a hot wire directly to pump and runs great.Fuses are all good,
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on August 30, 2009
Sounds like the 'run' pole in your ignition switch that feeds the fuel system failed. Pretty common on Honda. Good Luck!
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on July 25, 2010
wow thank you thats the prob i replaced the fule filter did not work took off the fule hoe=se turnd the key had fule for 3 secs so its the relay cool verry helpfull thanks david hurst
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