02-10-2018, 01:47 PM
Join Date: Jul 2017
Location: Tehachapi California
in hopes that the fueling problem would be fixed.
In this I read the car was parked due to a fuel problem.
Then you replaced those parts in hopes that the fueling issue would be resolved.
My question would then be, is the new fuel pump operating when you turn the key.
If not, it could be the fuse, relay and possibly the ECU.
As Bex suggested on a similar issue, replacing the capacitors resolved the issue, I do not know for certain if that would pertain to your case.
Only a suggestion.
I'm here in the USA.
1994 Geo Tracker 1.6L 8V TBI, 3-spd auto 4WD 152K timing belt/wp power windows Camo seat covers carpet Dashcam & backup cam
1999 Chevy Tracker removable hardtop 1.6L 16 valve 5-speed 4WD 104K timing belt/wp aluminum radiator electric fan Bartact seat covers Vixen airhorn onboard compressor Dashcam rear locker winch
2002 Grand Vitara 2.5L 4WD 123K Valves lifters rings/bearings timing chain gears tensioners WP coils ECU
1991 GMC K2500 4WD 454 Xcab
1997 Trans Am LT1 auto