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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-11-2018, 10:00 PM Thread Starter
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So the other day I went to drive my Integra (94 GSR w/ b20b swap) and didnít start went back later that night and it started up just fine. Drove it the next day to work but went to leave that night and nothing it would crank and crank but would not start. So Iíve have replaced the spark plugs, distributor, fuel filter, main relay and I even tried a different ECU and nothing. I went ahead and tried jumping the main relay, that got me no where as well. I noticed the fuel pump wasnít priming and that there wasnít power being delivered to pump but now I believe at this point itís some sort of wiring issue. Iíve spent hours and hours looking into this and nothing seems to help so If anyone could help me that would be great. Thanks in advance!!!

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If you get power to the pump and its not priming, make sure it has good ground, if it does - replace the pump.

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If you get power to the pump and its not priming, make sure it has good ground, if it does - replace the pump.
he said there is no power getting to pump, i am having same problem also seems there is no power to ecu
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Not sure if this will help, But check the physical harness to the fuel pump. If you have water leaks it may seep into the bottom of the seat and wet the harness. I had the same issue and checked my ECU, relays and any fuses that had to do with the fuel system.
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