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I have my somewhat "new" motor in(see sig) and I figured I would go ahead and try to figure out why my cluster gauges were only working shortly after I would turn the ac on, then go out after a couple minutes, turn ac off then they go back on again, then out for the duration of the "drive". As I was checking the power going to the cluster, I accidently arced a couple wires, I belive the R/y and black on the left plug. After replacing that fuse, when you turn the key on, the rad fan blows and the fuel pump does not come on. I believe I fried the fan relay. I don't have power going to the inertia switch. I am trying to check power coming from the computer to activate fuel pump. I believe it is a red wire. A read wire also goes to the iac so I checked power there when turning the key on. I don't have power coming from the red wire on the plug going to the iac. I have a ccrm in the car now that I know was able to work the fuel pump. Engine will attempt to start(starter motor activates and works) but fuel pump definitely not coming on(used to be able to hear it).
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95 stang gt 00 suv block/p-heads, ho cam and intake(just got elbow adapter), 65mm, stock fuel system, accel wires, autolite stock "p" plug .053gp, new rad, w-pump, ps-pump, no smog pump, rusty long tube headers, oe o2 sensors, timing is at 14 at idle w/out spout, ebay used/rb t5, stock ds, 3.73 gears, 245/45/17x4, svt rims, true duels(need h-pipe), fm40's, some aftermarket shifter, stock suspension, black
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