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Fuel pump getting hot

I just replaced the inline fuel pump on my 93 turbo volvo wagon. It seems to be running fine but the pump gets very hot. What could that mean?

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Not a good sign at all make sure that the pump has a good ground but i will exchange the pump from where i got it, the fuel that runs into the pump should be cooling the motor but in your case the pump is heating the fuel not a very good sign please replace the pump.

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