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my 1992 gmc sierra has issues

Discussion in 'Chevy Truck Talk & GM News' started by key, Jan 21, 2012.

  1. key

    key New Member

    dont know if i am in right place but i need HELP!! replaced fuel pump/ filter on my 92 sierra and now wont crank. fuse is good , truck starts when pump is straight-wired and runs great til wires off. only one of three wires in pump plug getting fire what to do?? where to begin??
  2. billnorman

    billnorman Member

    If you mean 12 volts read on a voltmeter is "fire", try a test light that pulls some amperage to ensure you aren't getting a fuel gauge sensor voltage. Make sure the unit is properly grounded. One of the wires is probably ground. I don't own a '92 so I'm shooting in the dark, but if there's a relay, check/jumper it or swap it with a new one. Check the fuse, replace it if there's any doubt. Voltage doesn't run anything, it's current.
  3. Revredneck

    Revredneck New Member

    If it runs with outside-source power to the pump, then you need to check the fuel pump relay AND the oil pressure switch (under the distributor). The connector at the pump should only have power to the fuel pump when the computer activates the relay or the oil pressure switch is closed. The other wire with "fire" is probably the fuel gage wire. HTH
    Good Luck and God Bless

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