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Old 06-20-2013, 06:43 AM   #36
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Thanks man.. lol how do u know if your fuel pump is on.?
that I can't really answer. I always either wait a while after driving the car (like the next day typically) or disconnect the battery when working on it.
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Thanks man.. lol how do u know if your fuel pump is on.?
Crawl under the back if your car and have someone turn the key forward and you will hear a whine if it is on
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