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    after crash no power to the fuel pump

    i got a 2002 wrx i bought it crashed i just got it fixed but i put everything on ans squirted some oil in the sylinders. the whole nine to do when a car sits a while then i sprayed some starter fluid in the intake manifold i cranked it it started then shut off when the fluid was gone then i kept cranking it i pulled the fuel lines off they are dry i know cars have inertia switches but all data dont have nothing on subarus really what do i do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by quikcobra View Post
    i got a 2002 wrx i bought it crashed i just got it fixed but i put everything on ans squirted some oil in the sylinders. the whole nine to do when a car sits a while then i sprayed some starter fluid in the intake manifold i cranked it it started then shut off when the fluid was gone then i kept cranking it i pulled the fuel lines off they are dry i know cars have inertia switches but all data dont have nothing on subarus really what do i do?
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    already

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    no power

    ok get this. i got the car it was wrecked i got it fix. ok heres more
    i cranked it (turned the key to start)
    it ran for a little bit(not long) b/c of the starter fluid i sprayed in the t-body
    then it stalled
    so i pulled the fuel lines off b/s i replaced them with better ones
    and they were drie there is no gas in the lines
    and no power to the fuel pump
    and i cant find any thing about a inertia switch on all data for a 2002 wrx

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    **** it

    i fixed the problem althought subby's are a ***** to work on i figured it out and shes running like a champ

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    Quote Originally Posted by quikcobra View Post
    i fixed the problem althought subby's are a ***** to work on i figured it out and shes running like a champ
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    thanx

    thanx man with the new garrett turbo, hks full exhaust, and the 3" down pipe it sounded ****ing awesome so i think it was a 5000 great buy. but who can tune a utech in fl?
    and how is the utech there is a dial with 9 numbers on it how does this work? turbo xs dont have much about it

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    Does the car have an inertia switch? It cuts the fuel pump off if the car is wrecked in most cases. Might have to reset that.

    Otherwise start at the fuel pump. Do you even hear the fuel pump? Is there gas in the tank? Then start following wires. Is the fuel pump rely blown?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 302@12psi View Post
    Does the car have an inertia switch? It cuts the fuel pump off if the car is wrecked in most cases. Might have to reset that.

    Otherwise start at the fuel pump. Do you even hear the fuel pump? Is there gas in the tank? Then start following wires. Is the fuel pump rely blown?
    The only cars I've run across with inertia switches are Fords.

    I used to mess with my friend years back. He would stop at the quickie mart and run inside quick. I would reach back and bang on the inertia switch, shutting the car off, and preventing it from starting again. He would freak out every time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trainrex View Post
    The only cars I've run across with inertia switches are Fords.
    I remember resetting my Mustang after a wreck so that was my first thought.
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