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Fuel pump no kicking in

I had a loose wire for the light under the dash touch metal and blew a fuse to my radio. I replaced the radio fuse and the radio works now, but the car won't start. It turns over, but it won't start and I don't hear the fuel pump kicking in when I turn the ignition switch on. I need to know which is the fuel pump relay as my engine compartment fuse box is missing the diagram. thanks. Orlando

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