Join Date: Dec 2003
Location: Carson City, NV Class Champion Reno SCCA 2018
Thanks guys, but remember, my engine did not cut off abruptly, as would be evidenced by a blown fuse. It sputtered and drove for about a mile before giving up the ghost. I don’t believe residual pressure in the fuel rail would permit such a scenario, but maybe I’m wrong.
At this point, I’d appreciate advice on a quick fix (jumper?) to get the pumps running so I may return to the comfort of my own garage.
Realizing of course, that a crash en route could result in fuel continuing to pump all over.
For now, I’ll look under the rear shelf and ID a source of switched power that I may drop through the floor to the pumps.
A half hour home, and diagnosis will continue.
Steve Waclo Carson City, NV; '87 Spider QV, ES Champion, 2018 Reno SCCA (125k);'93 Honda Nighthawk 750 (105k);'03 GMC Sierra SLE 2500HD Turbo Diesel (155k);'08 Altima Coupe 3.5SE, 6sp (125k)