Kinked fuel line. Metal or rubber. Then again, the fuel pump won't kick on unless the car is running or cranking-too, could just be a bad fuel pump relay, located behind your seats.Looking for some one to replace the timing chain once I get back running. [No start issue. New pump in tank, cleaned injectors, cleaned fuel rail, changed oil, ran for seven miles and quit. Replaced inline pump and tank, no start, pulled fuel line seamed to have low to no pressure when the line was disconnected, fuel just trickled out. Any suggestions?
Hans may have retired, but he's probably forgotten more about Alfa Romeos than many of us will ever know. Even if he isn't retired, he's probably forgotten more about Alfa Romeos than many of us will ever know.dose any one know this shops work, good/bad what