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Old 11-23-2012, 10:57 PM
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No fuel to carb. Fuse location to fuel pump?

I have 85 econoline 350 motorhome. She just wont start cuz im not getting fuel to carb. Does anyone know where a fuse would be located or what other options I should look for to solve this problem?
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If you have electric fuel pump control, then the fuse should be a 15 AMP (light blue), 2nd one below the turn signal flasher on the drivers side.
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Old 11-23-2012, 11:09 PM
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I couldnt seem to find a fuse for the fuel pump so I figured there was a second fuse box. I finally located the flasher but it is hanging off by its self and not in a box? Very frustrated!
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Go ahead and tell us what engine you have. That will help in the troubleshooting.
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most carb models used a mechanical fuel pump bolted to the side of the engine in the front, exact location depends on which engine you have. its pretty easy to replace, just a couple mounting bolts and a couple fuel lines
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