did you try pushing the AFM open with the key on to see if the pump kicks on then?
That would/should blow the fuses - but they are ok. Since there is no power at fuel pump it is probably ok (You had voltmeter on the terminals when someone was cranking car?). Check power to fuel pump at double relay in engine bay: +12v during cranking and engine running. On Milanos that's the pink-white wire - probably same color on GTV6. Somehow, replacing the fuel lines and the no-fuel are probably connected - too much of a coincidence... My guess is that the electrical connections/wires at the fuel pump got disturbed when you were pulling hoses off and put new ones on.Trace the wiring back from the fuel pump, the insulation may have gotten brittle or worn away and is shorting out.
Are your wires to pump different size terminals so you couldn't hook them up backwards? If they are the same size they are not Murphy proof.HeavyMetalAlfa,
I was thinking the same thing... Ie hooking the pump to an alternate "hot" power source. If I cant get it working with the original set up, where would be a good place to re-route power and what wires should I look for? Or did you run a new wire from the relay back?
Thanks again to every one!!!