Here's the biggest lesson I learned while repairing my poorly running 950's stock fuel pump. Make sure the little tab attached to a spring fits into the groove on the shaft of the fuel pump before you button everything back up. Its an easy detail to miss, and not one I knew about til my friend Jeff mentioned it to me. I had replaced the points and my bike still would not start and I was having big issues chasing the problem. Once I took the pump back apart, and saw that tab wasn't in the groove, and fixed it, the bike fired right up. Also, you should be able to just plug the fuel pump back into the wiring harness (without even hooking it up to the fuel lines), turn your key on, and the pump will (should) make the familiar clicking noise we all love. Cheers.