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Same problem as top my volts are 2

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same problem as top my volts are 2
Submitted: 11 months ago.
Category: Chevy
Expert:  Chris (aka-Moose) replied 11 months ago.

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Can you go into more detail on this "same problem as top my volts are 2"

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Customer: replied 11 months ago.
I have a 97 hd35000 gmc I was going down the road engine shut down had to be pulled in checked the ip no fuel going to injectors bought and changed pmd no change cleaned tank new fuel pump new ip getting fuel to filter no fuel to injectors unplugged stop sol checked pink wire has 12 volts checked green wire 2 volts no fuel coming from return line side of pump the pump was purchased from o reily new
Expert:  Chris (aka-Moose) replied 11 months ago.

Test for a 0-5 V square wave signal to the fuel solenoid module, pin A, Light Green wire, when cranking. Test for a 0-12 V pulse signal to the fuel solenoid from the fuel solenoid module, pin B, Red wire, when cranking. This pulse will appear as a 0-12 V square wave with a 20 V or higher spike, much like a gas engine fuel injector pattern. Test for 12 V and ground to the fuel solenoid module, pins D and F, Pink and Black wires. Let me know these results, so far its looking like the solenoid module is to blame.