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Old 06-25-2007, 09:55 AM   #11
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I haven't seen the actual problem listed in this thread. Tough to fix it if we don't know where the thread with the actual problem is....

What I've gathered from this thread though... you're car stall when you pull the FP relay, you don't think it should.

You broke an oil pressure sender and replaced it.. does the new one work?

What I can ascertain from the schematic. The prime conector recieves +5 at startup, supplied from the oil pressure switch. Then the pcm supplies power to the relay to take over the power to the fuel pump. Although I don't have the information in front of me..that'* what it looks like and previously TTed mentioned that the prime connector is that..only hot in prime.
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Start a third thread and I'll request the mods to lock two.

That kind of thing is why I read your thread after being gone for 3 days to Canada and don't know WTF you are talking about. There are approx 7000 members here.... We can't remember all the people we've helped even in the last couple days. When you start a new thread..it'* a new problem ....or it'* locked.

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Birchy, you're WAY out of line. PM me for further details.

It'* our Staff'* POLICY to lock duplicate posts to keep all the pertinent information in ONE post so our Gearheads (who are currently helping you) have all the information in one place.

In the future, if anyone on this Forum with stars colored anything but red gives you posting advice, I suggest you follow it. That same rule would apply to a veteran member with red stars.

Because of our rigid policing of duplicate posts, our search database is much more likely to find the solution to a problem for a new member. We are better organized, and have a higher ratio of 'problem to solution' topics than any other automotive forum out there.
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