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Fuel pump not pumping fuel

Truck won't start. Sounds like it is out of gas. Recently had to replace the fuel filter assembly. Pulled fuel like off and cranked the truck, no fuel coming out. Thought it was a bad assembly that I just replaced. Swaped out fuel filter assemblies, and still not fuel delivery. I checked the fuse in the fuse box under the hood and it is good. Thinking is is electrical........

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See if you have pressure at the fuel rail by cracking a fuel line open when cranking. If it is under pressure, it should spray. If it only drips, the pump may not be working. You can always pull the tank down some and check the voltage at the pump connections. Voltage at the pump and no pressure at the line usually mean a failed pump that you will need to replace.

There should be a Nissan techical service bulletin out that covers some models of bad fuel pumps. Call your dealer with a VIN number to check the bulletins that may have been serviced on your specific vehicle.

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