ECU connector


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Gordona23
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ECU connector

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I’m troubleshooting a fuel pump so I wanted to jumper the ECU connector. I was able to remove the shell of the connector but the connector itself is firnly in place. Any tips on removing it without damage would be appreciated.

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Re: ECU connector

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Gordona23 wrote: Sat Apr 30, 2022 7:49 am I’m troubleshooting a fuel pump so I wanted to jumper the ECU connector. I was able to remove the shell of the connector but the connector itself is firnly in place. Any tips on removing it without damage would be appreciated.

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You can just disconnect the fuel pump connector on the top of the tank and apply +12v from the battery to it. That will run the fuel pump and let you test if it is working.
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Re: ECU connector

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Thanks. Looks like a bad pump.
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