I took out the pump and tested it, and the pump does work, so I need to know where the fuse for the pump is to check if that's the problem, so basicaly where is the fuse for the fuel pump on a 95 eagle talon non-turbo Thank you.
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Start with a can of starter fluid. You will probably need to take the air intake hose off to get to the throttle body. Spray the fluid in and see if it will take.If it wants to start once you done that; it is fuel related and will need to consider the fuel pump. If it doesn't you will need to get a spark tester to see if you are getting any spark. If you aren't you will need to see why...check for codes they can help if it is spark related. If it is fuel related, the starter fluid is one of your best tests.
Sounds like a bad fuel filter, or fuel pressure regulator. If there is no pressure to the rail, the fuel filter is either clogged, or the fuel line is broken or kinked somewhere between the fuel pump and fuel rail.
Sounds like you have a timing or elctrical issues, try checking your voltage from your battery and alterantor, if it checks out fine move on to your timing. The timing is tricky but very critical with these cars
Search for a way to reset the alarm. Also take the fuel lines off the engine and test the fuel pressure. You want to eliminate the fuel pump not working. If it has a reset button for the fuel pump try that. I would start at the fuel pump and worlk my way up.