Originally Posted by George85442
There is a difference between some fuel and proper rail fuel pressure. Check the pressure. You need at least 30 psi if not more.
You may want to do this. My son recently took his '99 GP in to have the fuel sender and pump replaced. (I guess he was afraid that Dad would blow himself up if I did it.
) They told him the pump was fine and just replaced the sender. He got about 15 miles away, stopped for gas, and it wouldn't start. He had plenty of spark, and fuel shot out to the front of the car when he tested for fuel at the test port. He could hear the pump prime each time he turned on the key, but the problem was a bad fuel pump. They replaced that, and it starts fine, now.
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