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Old July 12th, 2015, 12:00 AM
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Loic Fabro
95 D90 - 96 Disco -06 LR3
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Location: Herndon, VA - USA
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Can you post the page of the manual that shows the fuel pump electrical circuit? What part of the circuit have you checked so far?
You want to troubleshoot when it is working (and write down what you see/confirm it matches the circuit. Obviously, the best time to troubleshoot is when the truck does not start (because you can see what's different from expected behavior:measurements.
To troubleshoot electrical issue a voltmeter is best (you did not say how you are doing your troubleshooting. A wire + bulb can also work in many cases ).
I have an ex MoD and an ex wife. The two no longer conflict with each other.
it is not hoarding it is selective collecting
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