good evening my name is XXXXX XXXXX X will assist you tonight
Try spraying some carb cleaner into the air filter and see if it starts and dies. that will tell us if the pump is working
from your description, it may be electrical like a blown fuse or connections at the fuel pump unit since the sender is out as well.
Ok, will have to do that tomorrow since it is night now and my wife has the other car.
ok, I will be here
It tried to start when I hit it with starting fluid. I also tried changing out the fuse, that didn't do anything either. I might have to have it towed in and put on a computer.
I can look.
No, I don't have one of those. I can't really get back to it crawling under the car. The thing is parked on an incline so I am not inclined to jack up and crawl too much under it either. Something about the jacks stands giving way and dropping the car on me doesn't appeal to me. I do have a multimeter though.
Yes, I get 12 volts from the right lower of the four terminals where the relay is.
I can hear it more than feel it but yes.
Ok, that is probably out of my skillset, at least in my driveway. It sounds nicer than the body control unit though. You know my 77GMC is a lot easier to fight with. Thanks for the help though. I have someone that can fix that for me.
Thanks again. XXXXX dropped tanks before but on 1960s vintage vehicles, not on something this new.