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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 06-09-2017, 07:11 PM Thread Starter
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Prowler 1000 XTZ fuel pump

This is a new machine for me. 2009 Prowler 1000 xtz . Question on fuel Pump. When you turn the key on the fuel pump will run for like 3 sec and stop. Remove fuel line and pumps fuel out for the 3 sec and stops and will not come on again. Turn off and back on and will pump again for 3 sec. Machine will not start on its own. I can put fuel in the intake and will fire up. Is there a relay the makes the fuel pump work? Or maybe the fuel pump is bad ?
700 miles is all on machine.
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 06-09-2017, 07:41 PM
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odd issue for sure. when it shuts off after you take your pump line off, is there still 12 volts going to the pump?

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I think it uses a crank signal to re-fire the pump so if you roll it over or something, the wire goes from the relay to the ECU



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That is a hard one to figure! Looking at a wiring diagram shows where the wires run, but little else. Pump cycles normally to maintain 43psi, the only component that would control the pump is the ECM, if the fuse is blown the relay won't work. Try switching the relays as they will interchange. Just an FYI, from what I understand ECM failures are rare.

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odd issue for sure. when it shuts off after you take your pump line off, is there still 12 volts going to the pump?
I checked the voltage like you suggested and when I turn the key on I have 12 volts for about 3 sec and then no voltage
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So I understand that you have 12 volts at the pump, and then the voltage is gone? Is the pump disconnected electrically when you try it? Some pumps are thermal protected and will shutdown if the values are exceeded. With the pump disconnected you should see a constant 12 volts as long as the key is on. It should not drop.

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post #7 of 10 (permalink) Old 06-10-2017, 10:03 AM Thread Starter
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the pump is disconnected and I only have 12 volts for 3 sec and then shuts off. would this be a relay? I would think it would have a constant 12 volts and the pump would shut off with the 43 psi of pressure and come back on when gets low pressure but the voltage just goes away after the key is turned on after 3 sec
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ok swapped out relays in fuse box and still have the same problem so did not change
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ok a little more information. I removed the fuel pump to check it out and everything looks good so hooked up to 12 volt and the pump keeps running like it should. so something is shutting of the voltage to the pump after 3 sec
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The computer controls the fuel pump, Test your stater for a tach signal output or the tilt sensor.



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