To make an addendum, and I don't mean to steal the thread, how can I check if the main pump or the in-tank pump is out? My spider had been sitting for a while (6 mos or so) and when I got back home last week I started it up and it ran idling for about five minutees, started idling roughly, then eventually died. I drained the tank and put new gas in, still no start. I a rough check through all the injection components, they're good and the main pump shows 7+ volts on my multimeter with the engine running, but when I pulled the fuel line out of the CSI and cranked there was no fuel pressure whatsoever (i.e. no flow at all). Right now there's only about 2 gals of fuel in the tank. Is there a quick way to check to see whether the cheaper (i.e.in-tank pump) is broken vs the more expensive in-line one? Or if the in-tank pump is out and the main one is good would the car start, but start roughly?
Additionally, I searched for the picture of the proper wiring, but couldn't find it. I know the black wire (ground) attached to the connecter that's on the rim by itts lonesome, but what order do the other wires go? I've tried both combinations, and settled on the striped wire being closest to the back wall of the trunk (based on how the wires are bent).
Last edited by SheykAbdullah; 09-04-2009 at 03:27 PM.
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