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Thanks NAJ and everybody who has helped. I'm out of town this weekend. I'll test it when I return and post the results.
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Okay what's my next step? I replaced the coil, I get voltage on positive coil terminal with ASD grounded but I am getting no spark from the coil when I turn it over. What would my next step be?
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Re: Odd thing with my Omni fuel pump...

Have you checked all the fusible links on the car?
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I have looked at them, grabbed them and tugged on them. I guess I need to do a continuity check across them.
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Re: Odd thing with my Omni fuel pump...

When you guys say repair the HEP circuit, what does that mean? Just replace the HEP? Or check other wires too? I think that may be why I am getting no spark but I swapped the HEP and still no spark. So what else in the "circuit" do I need to check?
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Re: Odd thing with my Omni fuel pump...

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When you guys say repair the HEP circuit, what does that mean? Just replace the HEP? Or check other wires too? I think that may be why I am getting no spark but I swapped the HEP and still no spark. So what else in the "circuit" do I need to check?
Please stop just replacing parts.
Follow the steps in the diagnostics I posted in post #15, that will lead you to the circuit that is creating the problem.
Once we know what circuit is causing the problem we can then diagnose the circuit to find the cause of your no start.
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