- Oct 4, 2008View SourceMake sure the filter is clear and lets gas flow up to the pump. Check all fuel lines, rubber, and metal. If it is a manual pump, then make sure it is installed right, to where the lever arm of the pump is being operated by the cam lobe. See if you can get gas to come out of the tank by either sucking on the line or using a hand operated pump to draw gas up to the fuel pump area. Maybe, the pump is defective? Sometimes, brand new parts are bad... Connect the pump to the supply line and manually pump it a few times and see if it will pump. Another thing could be a needle and seat at the carb could be gummed up and stuck to where it won't let gas enter the carb. Clean it, and make sure it is opening and closing properly.If it is an electric pump, check the fuse, relay and wiring. Listen for it to run when you turn the key on to start it.....Good luck...Gary
--- On Fri, 10/3/08, grick58 <grick58@...> wrote:
From: grick58 <grick58@...>
Subject: [craftsmanauto] Fuel Pump
Date: Friday, October 3, 2008, 9:39 AMI have a 1986 Jeep Grand Waganeer, I replaced the fuel pump and Iam
still not getting any gas into the carburator. I've check all the gas
lines and they seem to be ok. The pump won't pump. What else should I
be checking to see why I am still not getting gas into the carburator.