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Id like to know were the fuel pump is and how to check it

Also if there are breakers for the fuel pump

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Fuel pump is in the tank and you need a special gauge to check pressure

depending on the engine you need around 50 psi to run

there is a fuse and a relay for the pump

you should hear the pump whine for about 2 seconds when you turn the switch on

if not you possibly need a new pump

this pump is a little pricey so be sure before replacing

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