As indicated by others, the fuel pump will only run for a few seconds with the motor not running. You can check that fuel is getting to the fuel rail by either disconnecting the return hose and seeing fuel run out when you first switch the ignition on or by pushing in the thing that looks like a tyre valve on the rail.1992rangeroverclssic said:it cranks awesome.. if i put either down the intake it fires up and runs awesome.. im not getting any power to the fuel pump.. could the ground under the headliner in the rear that controls the fuel pump could that blow the EFI fuse also think that could be why the lights stay on?
To get fuel into the engine the injectors have to be working. These are controlled by the EFI ECU. If your fuse is blown it is unlikely that the ECU is operating and therefore the engine is not getting any fuel even though the fuel pump may be working fine.
You need to fix the fuse problem to your ECU. Check your wiring to make sure that a wire is not shorting out somewhere.