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Brian I would like to know what A (amperage) the relays are. It is possible that the relays you are using are not of a high enough rating. Just don't want to overlook something as simple as that.

As for the wet and dry, my question was to h20.
I feel that 1.3 ohms seems a lot of power to consume to me, but I am no auto electrician. This can be worked out using maths though. I personally would just compare the front to the rear ohms reading from your car so we know that one pump hasn't screwed up.
The reason I asked h20 if he has ever tested them wet or dry is because I know that the electrics of the pump are actually immersed in fuel. I know that dirty water conducts way more electricty than fresh air but I have no idea about petroleum. I also have no idea if pumps will read differently when they are dry or when they are full of any liquid. Would love to know!
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