No fuel to engine

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Asked by Apr 02, 2012 at 11:10 PM about the Volvo 240

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have replaced the the coil, rotor and cap, the in-tank and high pressure fuel pump as well as the fuel filter. I noticed that there is only 4amps at the in tank and 0amps at the in-tank fuse. There is  good flow through the circuit with the multimeter. I am at a loss. I did get clicking out of the Relay, not sure if that means its good or bad. Any help would be great! Thanks

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Switch to the volts scale to start with,amperage is not the way to make your diagnosis,at least at first,you can bypass the relay,depending on year model,usually ,If I remember right,red/white to yellow /red,anyway let us know what year model.

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Thanks Burner.....It is a 1988.

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