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Car will not start has no voltage at fuel pump but pump will work

Could this be a relay ? I have checked fuse in the car and all are good

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    no power to fuel pump fuses and relays are good

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Get your spare key,try to start,or try to synchronize your car

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Check your fuses and relay,,if it runs with external power then the fuse is out. Have you checked for a shut off switch for that car?May need to reset if you have one.

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