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Old 08-02-2012, 07:56 PM   #3
Cougar4
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I would first check to see if voltage is getting to the blk/yel wire on the pin 10 of the controller. If that is good then you could move on towards the fuel pump. If you don't have power there then you move towards the power source. It is usually always best to check for voltage first when checking problems like this. Once you pin down the trouble area you can check resistances. You must remove power from the circuit when you check resistances.

Be aware that power for the pump after the controller is only on for a couple of seconds when the iginition is turned on and the engine doesn't start.
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