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you should not have to sypon the fuel just locate the fuse that controls the fuel pump pull it out and start the car when it stops there will be no pressure in any line. you should be able to remove the fuel pump without any trouble then
There should be one in the fuse box there may also be one in line, near the lighter, it could be labeled ***** or auxiliary. fuse box under dash drivers side under hood some times / also in glove box, hope this helped . Good day .
either the headlight relay is stuck on. or the daytime running light module or relay is bad. to confirm find the relay center and switch the headlight relay out with another relay with the same part# on it. there should several in the relay center with the same part #. If this fixes the problem get a replacement relay. if not try switching out the relay for the daytime running lights. if no dice then unplug the daytime running light module.