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No power to the fuel pump

The fuel pump is not getting power to it, ive checked the relays i dont think thats the problem any suggestions

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Unplug the connection at the tank have someone turn on the switch then check the wireing there with a test light if it lights up then you have a bad pump if not you have a short!!!!!!!

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