I posted what's below this paragraph on another thread, and am just copying and pasting it here to be thorough, and be sure that my error has been noted by all. I consider the work, time, and money spent on this IC pump endeavor to be "taking one for the team", and hopefully Bhoward will get the CWA400 pump and the HE and reservoir and the rest working really well.
So the saga of the IC pump has reached its conclusion for me. As I mentioned above, the aftermarket pump blew a fuse due to a wiring snafu caused by me. I replaced the fuse and put the stock pump back in and removed the BMR tank. Well, no power to the pump and just couldn't figure it out. . .wait for it. . . .
So. . .uhm. . . well... turns out. . . yes. . . when I replaced the fuse I put it in the wrong slot. The lesson cost me $212.00 at the dealership since the tech figured I had a clue, and so he did all the diagnostics and stuff before looking at the fuse box, lol.
As mentioned earlier, I am sticking with the stock reservoir and stock IC pump. Looking forward to getting back to the track and running the car, though the next races aren't for about three weeks.
Okay, let the snarky comments begin.