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Car won't start / No Fuel Pressure

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Old 08-11-2006, 06:20 AM   #1
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I just recently had a MSD boost a pump and the Racetronix plug and play installed on my car. It has been running fine for a week. Then other day the car would not start. I had to leave the car outside for the night for the first time. Man, was my car pissed. LOL. I went to start it and the same thing. Then, after a couple times it fired up. It ran great for a day. Then last night the same thing.

I did notice when I turn the key, I get no fuel fressure on the gauge. I think that there may be a short from the install.

Any areas I should look at first? Suggestions? Thanks

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did you replace the relay?

did you install the whole 'kit' of the racetronix pnp?
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Yes, the whole kit was installed by a shop along with the boost a pump. Probably towing it back there on monday.
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...shop installed it wrong.

if that pump has power it will pump fuel.. believe me can it pump some fuel
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They used a perma-crimp to tie into the fuel pump line instead of soddering it, if I spelled that right (loose connection). Problem fixed.
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