No, I suspect that your fuel pump circuit is not wired correctly. While the starter is cranking, the fuel pump portion of the double relay gets its coil input power from pin 4 of the ECU, as the engine does not provide enough airflow while cranking to close the microswitch within the AFM. Once the engine fires, the AFM microswitch closes and maintains the power to terminal 86 of the fuel pump relay coil.As my fuel pump always starts running when I turn ignition, maybe there is something wrong with the afm flap.
Moves freely around, but i will inspect it lore closely and soak it in carb cleaner.
Anything else that could get wrong with the afm?