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I have a 2009 Trooper 2 that sat in garage in Vegas for 2 years and fuel wen bad.  I replaced the fuel filter, fuel pump and drained and put new fuel with stabil.  So here is where it gets good I am getting fuel to the pump, pump is making noise like it’s working but no fuel will come out.  Anyone else have this problem?  The only thing I can think of is that I had to put the old outlet on the new pump, I cleaned and blew it out best I could. I can’t use the one from the new pump due to it being threaded.   Any good suggestions?  I checked fuse and relay, I even hot wired the pump.

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You're sure the pump isn't installed backwards and is wired correctly. You have fuel in the line from the tank?  If you follow the fuel line to the fuel filter and disconnect it there do you have fuel shooting out there when the key is on? Either it pumps fuel or it doesn't...If not you may have  a bad unit.

 

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Yes, I have fuel all the way to the pump, it has a larger inlet so it can’t be installed backwards.   There is a black and red wire that goes to positive, so it is wired correctly, I even hot wired it.  I’m going to go get new fuel lines, drain the fuel tank again and see if I switch the outlet to the one that came with the new pump to see if that’s the problem.

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Got it figured it out.  It was the out-side port was still clogged.  Fired right up.  It has a one way flow control that was gummed up.

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