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Hi, I have a 2001 eclipse.fuel pump not working.Checked for power going to pump with test light and got power,but pump do not run,connected the pump to battery and it runs.What is the voltage to the pump be? Thanks.

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  • rscott1602 Dec 07, 2009

    I cheched and cleaned ground,only getting 3.5 volts

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Pump voltage should be 12 volts, i think you may have a bad gound going to the pump tank unit,

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  • starrface Dec 07, 2009

    that sounds like signal for sending unit, check fuel pump relay and fuse , i can.t help you much more from here, sorry

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