Special K Posted February 22 Report Share Posted February 22 With hat in hand, I swallow my pride and refer my troubles to the forum gods for help. Finally putting the 2000 miata back together. After reconnecting all the wires and crap to get the harness under the dash put back in, the fuel pump isn't switching on and priming. Everything under the hood was put back together after the engine was rebuilt and put back in its home. Plugged the old fuel pump in and it's not doing poop either. My question is this.... what in the fanciful hell did we miss?? After clambering all over the car, annihilating the tops of our heads on bars and sharp things, ruining my back and overstretching my groin, I can't figure out whats missing. Is there a commonly missed plug or ground somewhere? Or some ridiculous nonsense part that will cause the car to give me the finger until it's reinstalled? We never had this issue with the NA and its been apart a couple times. The relays were never removed and the car ran perfectly fine before its days of transporting two twin men around town in Marlboro Man level coolness came to an end. So the likelihood of something being broken or failed is next to none. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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