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    Trouble with new walbro setup

    Just got done upgrading my fuel pump assembly to a -6an bulkhead, and some braided stainless line to remove the stock hardline.



    I had bought another fuel pump assembly to do the conversion with, and re-soldered and heatshrink wrapped the connections to the stock connector. Pretty confident everything is hooked up correctly. However the fuel pump is not kicking over. When I first turn the car over, I don't hear the normal whine.

    At this moment I am thinking is a dud fuel pump. I verified I am getting power at the hotwired relay, and on the stock connector.

    If anyone could offer any idea's on what I might have missed, it'd be appreciated.

    Thanks!

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    Pull it back out and hook the pump up directly to the battery to confirm a bad pump. If it's good, make sure you didn't pinch the wires for the pump inside the tank between the tank and the fuel pump assembly.

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    So I disassembled everything back down to the pump, it came right on when I applied power directly to it.

    I don't think any of the hotwiring is back wards. I've got the black/blue wire on the bulkhead connected to the yellow wire, then I have the black/blue on the harness connected to the white wire. With my voltmeter I can prove power is getting to the relay via the blue wire.

    any other thoughts?

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    Disregard, I figured out the problem....my ARC2 settings got whacked out when I was moving it.

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