Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Chester Basin NS
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In behind the plastic wheel well liner on the drivers side front wheel, down low there are 2 wiring harness plugs. One of these sends power to the in tank fuel pump. Unplug the correct harness and check the pins for corrosion. The ground pin may be corroded and not making the connection. As a side note, the in tank pump will not start unless it sees a full 12 volts. That little bit of info could have saved me almost $2000 three years ago. The engineer that thought it was a good idea to put 2 wiring harness plugs behind the front wheel should be beaten with a steaming turd.
2003 3500,Qcab,DRW,6spd,4x4,4.10,K&N FIPK,Hurst shifter,Goodyear Silent Armour tires,Moto Metal wheels,362,000kms,SB DD 3600,B&W GN Hitch,2008.5 steering upgrade,Thuren stabilizer&End Links,GDP Mk2 Cat filter,steering brace, MBRP 5" TBE.