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Old 03-25-2012, 05:26 PM   #1
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I have to 1986 Winnebago Lesharo RV's. I'm trying to fix the better looking one of the two, but the fuel pump is being a pest. The pump its self works, but the wire going to it is getting no power. I can't find a fuse, relay or anything. What's wrong? I'm new to the RV scene and would really appreciate the help. Thanks
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What chassis do you have? try checking your oil pressure sending unit, on most but not all vehicles they use the oil pressure to control the fuel pump.If you loose oil pressure it shuts off the pump,also if the engine is not running no oil pressure on gas. this way you could have the key on and not run the fuel pump. A quick ck.is to ck.and see if the oil pressure switch has 2 or 3 wires ,ck them with a test light 1 wire will be real dim one will be bright the other goes to the fuel pump.Run a jumper wire between the bright wire and the wire that has no voltage. your pump should run?
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What chassis do you have? try checking your oil pressure sending unit, on most but not all vehicles they use the oil pressure to control the fuel pump.If you loose oil pressure it shuts off the pump,also if the engine is not running no oil pressure on gas. this way you could have the key on and not run the fuel pump. A quick ck.is to ck.and see if the oil pressure switch has 2 or 3 wires ,ck them with a test light 1 wire will be real dim one will be bright the other goes to the fuel pump.Run a jumper wire between the bright wire and the wire that has no voltage. your pump should run?
The only thing I would question here is key to on pump should run for afew seconds until it reaches running fuel pressure.
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Have you checked for a fuseable link? Looks like a thick spot in the wire.
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