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Hey guys I recently bought a no start 2011 off of someone. Upon inspection I found that the fuel pump isn't priming. I did some diagnostics and am getting power at the relay on the loan and commanding side... but no power at the pump when I checked. I also checked the 25 Amp fuse. I used a power probe to give the pump power and it turned on. I'm assuming the issue has to be between the pump and the relay. I'm going to check for continuity tomorrow. If it passes then I'm not really sure where to go from here. Any input would be great
 

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revisit you relay testing
did you check the relay power output (is this what you call load)
or did you check the power supply from fuse to relay
if you have tested correctly then open circuit wiring is probably correct
 

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I would assume that if you can turn on the pump with a power probe then the circuit to the pump from the relay is good. I would make sure that the relay is clicking when the key is turned on. If the relay is not clicking but you have power on the control side to the relay you need to check the circuit from the relay to the pcm for a possible open circuit.
 
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