Originally Posted by DFlintstone
Power to your fuel pump goes out the rear of the ceramic ballast resistor on the inner fender by your air cleaner.
You should have power there^^, to the pump for a couple seconds after you turn the key on, then cranking and running. Of course if you don't have power there a new pump won't help....
Stevo has some other issue going on. IIRC he's also posted before his only powers up cranking and running. Maybe an ECU issue? Idk. Anyway his is the only one I've seen here that does that.
3.7 is defiantly iffy. Mine actually worked a little below that, then soon crapped out, then with the new seemed to run smoother and start better than it had in a long time. Idk your $ situation, but myself I'd make darn sure the old pump wasn't working with power and a good ground before I bought a new one.
Again...that's tough. My NEW Cps tested at .4 right after I put it in. I happened to check it again a few days later and got a .5. If your pump is indeed dead, that might be all you need at this moment. You might take a good look at the wiring back there. I wonder if a shorting wire isn't what blew your fusable link? Maybe all you need is more wire!
This link here has some pretty good diagrams,(just don't get messed up looking at the 2.5 like I did!)>> http://www.scribd.com/justin-goldber...-Cherokee-1989