Hello Everybody, I don't know if anybody remembers me. I'm replying to the only thread I've ever posted on.
I finally resolved this problem, just yesterday!
I recently bought a house and I'm in graduate school and I work. I recently cut back on my work hours so that school wouldn't be as stressful, so I make less money now and wasn't keen on taking my car to somebody to get it fixed.
I took the fuel pump out, and checked it with the battery. I seemed to work just fine. It was the first time I was really disappointed to learn that a part was still working. I though "Well if it's not the fuel pump I don't know what it is." So I thought maybe it is the connectors at the top of the pump. So I plugged in the connectors with the pump still out of the tank. I reconnected the battery and heard nothing. So I asked my brother to put his ear near the pump and see if he hears anything. When I tried again, I heard the pump. I thought, "what the hell?", so I reinstalled the pump and just like the way it stopped working (suddenly) it started working againa and my car started and runs fine again.
I'm still not sure what the problem was, I think the connectors may have become loose or something?
Anyway, now when I'm driving the SRS light is blinking all the time. I don't know what that means (except that it has something to do with the airbag) and why this would happen. Has anybody else experienced this (where the SRS light is just blinking all the time)? Or does anybody know what this means?
Thanks to all those who helped me before and whoever might be able to help again.