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2005 hemi fuel pump not getting power

Discussion in 'Engine & Performance' started by Variety, Nov 9, 2019.

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  1. Variety

    Variety Junior Member

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    New to forum. Any help would be great!
    Long story short. Fuel pump and alternator went about two months ago. Changed both to brand new ones.
    A week ago driving home from work and truck shuts off. No warning, nothing. Was doing the same thing when fuel pump went last time so I assumed that was it. Got a brand new one again. Put it in and seems it’s not getting power. Don’t here the “buzz” noise of fuel pump when going to start it. Don’t think it’s getting power. Checked fuses and all relays. All working. I know others have had issues with this but can’t seem to find the threads so I apologize for starting new one.
     
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    Double check the ASD relay [auto shutdown] they are a menace with these trucks.
     
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    Where do I find that???? Trying to do this on my own as shops are to expensive so if I ask a stupid question I’m just learning lol
     
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    Bloody_Knuckles USN 81-86

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    ASD is in the fuse box.
     
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    Look on the lid for the fuse box, it will tell you witch one it is. Test the terminals on the box for power with a multi meter. On my old early 3rd gen, it had a bad solder trace that would work if I pushed down real hard on the relay but inevitably I had to replace the tipcm [fuse box] anyway. Got one from a junkyard that worked.
     

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