Fuel Line Unable to Draw Fuel from Tank

Hey all! I created a very simple fuel system just as a proof of concept before
I start mucking with my real data. The good news is that the jet engines will
start and run just fine, right up until the fuel in the lines runs dry, which
is the bad news. I have 2 engines and for each, I have a dedicated fuel tank,
electric pump, shut-off-valve, and engine pump. I then have a fuel line
connecting each component. I looked through the CFG files, even swapping in
the CJ4’s files just to see if it can work, but it still will not draw fuel
from the tank. Here is the setup for just one of my engines (the other one is
identical). I verified that the electrical circuits had power and the tanks
had plenty of fuel (180 gal+). Also, via SimVar Watcher, I verified that the
valves were open and the pumps were on as well as whether there was fuel flow
in all lines. All of those were true except for the one line from the tank to
the electric pump which did not have any fuel flow. Anyone run into this or
have any ideas? Am I missing something? Thank you. [FUEL] fuel_type =2
[FUEL_SYSTEM] Engine.1 = Name:LeftEngine #Index:1 Tank.1 =
Line.1 =
Line.2 =
Line.3 =
Line.4 =
Valve.2 = Name:LeftSofValve#Circuit:73 Pump.1 =
Pump.2 =
Trigger.1 =

The issue was on my end, sort of. According to the SDK it says to use the
circuit index for pumps and valves and does not mention to use the circuit
“type” Index. In addition, my Simvar watcher displayed a “1” for my FUELSYSTEM
PUMP ACTIVE:xx which of course lead me to believe that there was no issue with
the fuel pump when there clearly was. I in turn spent months trying everything
that I could think of, except for this. Anyway, if you use the circuit type
index, your pumps and valves will work. MS please update this in the SDK doc’s
so the next person does not need to spend countless hours trying to figure
this out. Thank you.