power not staying on to fuel pump

Asked by Feb 08, 2017 at 05:13 PM about the Subaru Forester

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

when you turn key to ignition the fuel pump
come on then it turn off .I  buy a brand new
fuel pump but I check the wiring to the fuel
pump to my tester so when I turn on the
connection I get power to the fuel pump
then the next three second  cut off

3 Answers

73,775

May be just a faulty fuel pump relay. Its in the fuse box somewhere.

100,365

The cut off is normal if the engine isn't running, if it still won't start and run you may have a no spark or injector problems. Have you checked all the fuses?

5,540

Check cam and crank sensors if no CEL.

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