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Peterkmiles, UK Car Mechanic
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no power to l200 fuel pump, wire from battery, engine starts

Customer Question

no power to l200 fuel pump, run wire from battery, engine starts & runs, any ideas


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Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Mitsubishi
Expert:  Shantal-Mod replied 3 years ago.

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Expert:  Jake replied 3 years ago.

Hey there, sorry for any delay.


Are you still needing assistance with this? let me know please. thanks

Customer: replied 3 years ago.

I Still haven't had an answer to the question


Please come up with something or refund my money

Expert:  Peterkmiles replied 3 years ago.

My name is peter and I will try to assist you.

What diagnosis have you done so far? You say there is no feed to the fuel pump, how have you found this out? Have you checked the pulse is there from the hall sensors? Obvious question I know but have you checked the fuse board for blown fuses and defective relays.

Best regards
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

checked all fuses, OK, engine starts when I run a live to the pump, doesn't when I remove it.

Expert:  Peterkmiles replied 3 years ago.
I would suggest finding the crank sensor, it should be bolted to the engine side of the gearbox bell housing. Disconnect it put a multimeter across the 2 terminals and set it to read resistance, crank the engine and watch to we if the display reading changes. If it does then the crank sensor is ok, if it doesn't then the crank sensor is defective, this could well be the fuel pump issue as the pump won't run if it thinks the engine has stopped.

Let me know how you get on.

Best Regards
Expert:  Peterkmiles replied 3 years ago.
How are you getting along with this?

Best Regards
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Hi Peter


Thanks for getting back to me, I'll try tomorrow


Regards Simon