Re: No Start - Fuel Pump help - Saabnet.com Bulletin Board
I put that exact same Aeromotive pump in my car it was a little finicky with their hose that they gave me with the pump. when I installed it it got kinked and it took me a couple of tries to make sure that the fuel was flowing properly. once you make sure the pump is working properly with your new battery and it's not something else put a fuel pressure gauge on the fuel rail so you know exactly how much pressure your getting at the rail. Not saying that you didn't put the pump in right just tell you what happened to me with that exact same pump. my car was acting the same way and I kept thinking it was other things when the whole time it was the installation of the pump that I had messed up. Hope you figure it out
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