low voltage at fuel pump connector, possible CCRM?
hi folks. i have a '96 mustang gt. it began running rough, then got progressively worse over a few weeks. then i couldn't start it. i checked for fuel at the valve on the rail, ign on, eng off. i got no fuel at all. while having engine cranked, i re-checked and got some fuel, but not much. it burbbled out rather than squirting. i have changed the filter. the fuel that drained out was nasty yellow, but the filter wasn't the cause. i checked the brown/pink (looks purple to me) and black wires at the fuel pump connector behind the tank. I only measured 7vdc. i ran a wire (cat-v,lol) from the battery to the female pins that lined up with the br/pink and black wires. the fuel pump then began to work, flowing gas thru the line i had in place to the gas can. is this too obvious? if i have 7 volts at the connector, and the pump opperates when given a true 12 volts, it has to be the CCRM, right? does anyone know the pin-out of the CCRM itself? i suppose that if i read the voltage at the module itself, i'll know for sure if that's my problem.