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CHANGED FUEL PUMP
CHECK VOLTAGE AT SHUT OFF SWITCH
6.9 VOLTS BUT NO AMPS
I will look for this, but I forgot to give you another symptom.... The car was running but would not accelerate when you stepped on accelerator, just idle but a little rough. The car will not start now and gets no fuel in fuel rail. Does that make you suspicious of anything else?
I took everything apart checked connectors and can find no issues with connector. Any other ideas?
It is going to be several hours till I can get back to it, so I will let you know and keep you on my computer screen
well the voltage after the relay floats from 2.3 volts to 6.9 and the voltage at the inertia switch does the same thing. The amps are nothing, is this my problem? Do you think the fuel pump relay is bad? I understand the relay is built into the Central Junction Box, is this true?
Please check my last reply...
Because I didnt get an answer from anyone including you I had to take the car to the dealership where they misdiagnosed it as a bad fuel pump. Then said bad pump that killed the Control Junction Box. Pump is really ok, relay built into CJB is my problem.