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F250 rear tank new switch no power

I have a ford f250 i put a new fuel pump in rear tank and a new switch in it i steal do not have power on my rear tank

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    i changed full pump steal no power up hill ans when it gets hot is stales and hard to start got two tankes on it

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You might check your fuel pump relay,probably on drivers side inner fender

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Check your switch or broken wire

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