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#869338 - 02/15/08 12:11 AM measuring current draw(fuel pump)  
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I think the fuel pump maybe going out on the 94 Sr w/3.5L had it die on my a couple times the other day after a 30min drive home from work(hiway 70mph) it would die out like it was starving for fuel had to pull over turn power off then back on and it would run once i got on my street had to do it a couple times til i got it in the driveway. After that i let it sit for about 20min then went and drove it to the store and it was fine, since then i've driven it 2 twice with it fully warmed up and longest run couldn't have been more than 15min. and no problems. I really think the fuel pump is getting weak, so i'd like to check and see if its pull more power that i should be no fuses have popped, but still i would like to see how close it is. BTW anyone know what kinda of amp draw it SHOULD be pulling.


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#869339 - 02/15/08 12:54 AM Re: measuring current draw(fuel pump) [Re: lordtrunks]  
conner  Offline
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My experience has been Between 4.5 and 5.2 amps. It will go a bit higher for a split second on start-up.Check your wiring if amps are low.Also check filter if high.


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#869340 - 02/15/08 01:10 AM Re: measuring current draw(fuel pump) [Re: conner]  
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