When I pull the Relay labelled C FUEL in the manual I hear a 'click' up front. Concerned the 12v transfer pump needed to bleed air and start does not come off this?
thanks, I unplugged the fuel pump and tested it with a simple 12 volt light tool, needle point and a ground, It is getting power just not working. Wish I had taken the bucket off to replace the pump. Must have cooked it when I had the charger set up on 55 amps to make it crank.On my 1026R the relays Feed the 1 Glow Plugs, 2 Pull in Coil on the Main Fuel Control, 3 the Starter Relay. With out digging out the service manual, I believe the little fuel pump is powered from the instrument cluster. I would pull the plug at the fuel pump just enough so you can get volt meter leads on the wires while still powering the fuel pump and see what your voltage reading is. If you can't leave the pump connected, remove the plug and put a load across the terminals with maybe a small light bulb with wires soldered to the bulb terminals. Be careful to not cause a short when running tests.