**Decided to document this as well as possible to help people with various jobs in the future*
Dignosis continued on posts below - van is still not running
Things I've written about so far:
- How to remove Eurovan 2.5 Fuel Pump.
- Eurovan 2.5 fuel pump relay location and testing.
- Fuel Pump alternative replacement sources.
- How to hardwire a 16 pin modern diagnostic port to a '93 pre-OBD2 Eurovan.
Was driving along at 55mph, suddenly lost power and engine died. It wouldn't restart, and I couldn't hear the fuel pump running but was at the side of the road. As I was only a few miles from home, I towed it back and started checking it out today.
Power at the fuel pump relay? Yes.
Jump the relay - Power at the pump connector? Yes.
Test the relay connections anyway - Everything good? Yes.
Good ground at the pump? Yes.
Final test of the pump with jumped relay? Nothing.
So I guess the pump just decided to give out with no warning. The screen has a little bit of debris on it, but nothing unusual. There were no warning noises at all, although the van was verrry slow (which I blame on the engine, not the fuel pump).
I do remember the previous owner saying that he had the fuel pump replaced within the last year, but the pump seems to have markings that would suggest a build date of late 2007. Of course I didn't keep the fuel pump from the old van.