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Same thing i took off the fuel pump and hooked it up to a battery but when i re attatch it to the car and turn the key nothing happens can any one help?

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You may have a bad main relay this is what powers up the fuel pump . You have checked fuses right ?

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Check all fuses and relays associated with the fuel pump and ignition

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