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 Post subject: Fuel pump fuse
PostPosted: Wed Nov 14, 2007 4:50 am 

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Hello, how are you people?
My fuel pump it doesn't work anymore :(
I have tested the relay and it works ok.
I made bridge between the pin 9 and pin 11, but the pump didn't work.
Fuel cut sensor appears to be ok.
My only hope is the fuse, but I do not know if it's located in the main fuse-box or in some other place.
Does somebody knows where is located the fuse ?
I hope that it's not the fuel pump... :(
Thanks in advance.


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 14, 2007 7:35 pm 
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Afaik there's no fuse for the pump. Are you sure the pump itself is not broken? Take a voltagemeter and measure if it gets any juice when you put it on ignition, be quick, because it will stop in a few seconds, unless you start it.


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 15, 2007 2:31 pm 

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Thanks for your reply, ZX-Cruiser.
I supposed that there was no fuse, but it seemed to me strange, since in the electrical scheme it appears a fuse.
I couldn't test yet if there's 12V at the pump. I wanted to eliminate other probabilities before doing it.
Without doubts, seems to be the pump in a 90% the problem.


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 Post subject: Re: Fuel pump fuse
PostPosted: Sun Feb 17, 2008 3:25 am 
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dgtal wrote:
Hello, how are you people?
My fuel pump it doesn't work anymore :(
I have tested the relay and it works ok.
I made bridge between the pin 9 and pin 11, but the pump didn't work.
Fuel cut sensor appears to be ok.
My only hope is the fuse, but I do not know if it's located in the main fuse-box or in some other place.
Does somebody knows where is located the fuse ?
I hope that it's not the fuel pump... :(
Thanks in advance.


What type of ZX you have?
I had a early 1.9 Volcane with the same problem, only th ecu did not work correctly so the feulpunp got no power.
a new wire directly fron the steer/contact lock solved the problem.



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PostPosted: Mon Feb 18, 2008 4:35 pm 

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Hi rma_zxnl!
16v MK-I.
I removed the fuel pump then I plugged again and It works.
I think that the reason was that the car was parked 2 months without move.
Thanks for your tip.
Bye.


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