OkI think those are wire colors and connector/pin numbers.
I suck at diagrams.
If you have sensors amd have tried them....then I feel ya on not thinking it's the sensor and I'm glad you had those to try.
I realize this will sound obvious and not helpful. And I'm sorry....
This kinda only leaves an issue with a wire or connector. Mabye a bad ground maybe.
Last thing I'd suspect is the computer. And not sure how likely that is.
Is there a relay or another fuse? Seems you'd have found out by now. Having the FSM is key
Looks like maybe there is an engine bay fuse box 10A fuse.
God I hate electrical shit lol. I ran into a fuel pump problem myself yesterday. Had no time to look into it again today. I feel your pain.
Noted (...suck at diagrams )
Yes, when I was battling this problem it came to mind "bad grounding ", but how do I check this anyway.
It's early morning here so will check it with the fsm when bright sunlight is in; gutted some stuffs in the fsm is not easily readable.
So the 10A gives the heat to the sensor according to the fsm thought the 15A rather.
Yeah wiring problem diagnosis is headache; being trying to solve this problem since Dec, 2018.
But am so sure I will nail it
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