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Old 03-24-2009, 03:51 AM
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Who has done the AFM removal and had fuel pump issues(MS not triggering the relay for the pump)?
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Don't you have to jumper the fuel pump relay or tap the under dash wire regardless of market?
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Yes! Something I know!!

Ok It is because the fuel pump relay is actually also a circuit opening relay too. Meaning as soon as it gets a cranking signal (very brief signal) It turns on the relay, and stays on.
So what you need to do is attach the light green wire that used to go to the afm (either the end by the afm, or just find it by the relay and attach it to a wire that is hot when the key turns on
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Alright thanks Ogwazza.

Currently I'm jumpering it via the diagnostics box...
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