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Old 09-24-2020, 08:23 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by Arrtus View Post
I am hoping I don't have to go that route. Kind of just want to fix it if I can find the dang problem but everything looks okay.
Completely understandable. Have you tried jumping the pins and seeing if you can give the pump power to see if it turns on? It should be a 12-volt system, so just jump the harness with some leads and see if you can get anything to turn on (don't run it for a super long amount of time, just enough to see if it will turn on).

Have you checked to see if you're receiving power at the pump through the harness?
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