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Old 02-25-2013, 08:00 PM   #1
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Bought a '94 std cab with long bed. At that time only the rear tank would work. I bought new tanks and pumps and had a shop install them since i had a broken arm.

They did other work on it too. I got it back and both tanks works fine.

I had them install a new rear step bumper, which didn't seem right since the bumper drooped everytime a trailer was hooked up, but now the front tank works fine but the rear tank is dead.

I used my DVM to check voltage and continuity but couldn't figure anything out.

Anybody got ideas as to where the problem is? I'm hoping it is the in tank pump.

Thanks in advance for your help.

Alan
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