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Hello, thanks for posting
Since it runs with starting fluid it is a fuel supply issue. Do you have a voltmeter or a 12 volt test light?
Check the EFI fuse with the key on, if the fuse hos voltage and is not blown remove the EFI relay and measure voltage at the terminals in the socket, there should be 12 volts at two of the terminals with the key on?
Ok, sounds good , waiting to hear back from you.
It's located in the fuse box under the hood close to the EFI relay, both are marked on the diagram on the cover.
Let me see if I can upload a fuse relay diagram.
Does it have power to the efi fuse? About 12 volts?
The problem is not the fuel pump, it's not getting power, I'm trying to help you to find out where the power is lost.
Does it have power to the EFI fuse?
Thanks, ***** ***** has power to the pump can you tell if it is running. If the pump is running, the injectors may not be firing, check to make sure the injectors have 12 volts to one of the wires on the connector, just check one of them. If there is 12 volts to the injectors you need to check for injector pulse voltage next, you can get a small injector test light that plugs into the connector from an autoparts store, the light should flash when the engine is cranking over.
Sounds good, talk to you then.