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1992 Eagle Talon


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04-19-03, 05:32 AM   #1  
isit33
1992 Eagle Talon

Would the fuse for the fuel pump be a 5,10,15 or 30 and would it be in the fuse box that is under the dash or hood? Is there a relay for the fuel pump to get juice other than the fuel injection control relay? When we ran juice straight from the battery to the fuel pump it worked. Is it feasible to do that on a long term basis to keep the car running?

Thanks for any input.

 
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04-19-03, 06:18 AM   #2  
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NO! .. Safety features involved here. These pumps are made to stop pumping when engine is not running. If you have a collision and engine stops, your way, direct wiring, the pump would remain in operation. Fire hazard by wiring direct. Dont monkey with a jury rig, fix this right. -- Please keep your posts together.

 
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04-19-03, 11:41 AM   #3  
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Absolutely dangerous as Darrell suggested. Find the problem. Get a wiring schematic from a service manual or Alldata.com and fix the problem correctly.

An Eagle Talon is a lackluster throwaway vehicle, your life is not.

 
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