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Fuel pump not pumping??

I have no voltage going to my in tank fuel pump, and i have no reference manuals to help me. Can someone please let me know where the fuel pump relay is.... or any other advice.


By the Way--- the problem with the van was started by using gasoline instead of diesel, then a fire, then the guy driving it took it apart, then he brought it to me to fix. I've replaced the engine harness and the body harness (they were both fried)....now i am just starting to try to make it live again...any help would be greatly appreciated

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Under the left side of the dash is the fuses and relays....check fuse 16 and 6 for power....the asd relay is also located here....if it has power and no ground possible wiring problem or enine control module

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