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I have a 87 plymouth voyager Le with a 3.0 engine ( not sure if its stock or not )

I have spark but no fuel, not sure if its the fuel pump or not, cant seem to find a wiring diagram to trace the problem, electric fuel pump in the tank, and I dont want to drop it if I dont have to. Can anyone tell me where to find a free wiring diagram ( '87 Voyager Le 3.0 ) or have an answer to my problem.

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You should have a fuel pump relay you can check on firewall or fender with other relays in the area. Check part #'s, on relays,sometimes they will swap for testing if same number.

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