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Sometimes I have to play with the ignition switch to getmy fuel pump on .I already replace the pump but it still does it every now and then

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I've had problems with the fuel pump relay.It's located on the driver's side fender under the hood.You can try swapping the A/C realy with the fuel pump relay to see if that solves your problem.

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Yor ignition switch is bad (not key) its located on the column about 1/2 way down on top or your fuel pump relay is bad i have had new ones thet did this also check the connection at the relay sometimes a little die-electric grease does wonders good luck

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