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No power at air pump,check fuse ok check relay ok

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I'm unclear as to what you mean by "air pump". Please elaborate.

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SOURCE: put in new fuel pump,fuses are OK,new fuel pump relay and still no power to the fuel pump

Get a test light and test the wires going to it ground one end and see if you have power at the pump. If not do the same at the fuses so where you are not geting the power.

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