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Not getting fuel

I am getting fuel to the bowl that the filter goes in but dont seem to fuel beyond that, there is only one tank and i can hear the pump running, and i took off the filter and when the key was turned on it was filling up the bowl that the filter goes into. Is there a way to test the injector pump or are there any relays for it? and where is the fues for it?

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Injector pump works when the engine is turning. to check it just have someone turn the engine while you cleck the line leading to the fuel rail

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