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Fuel pump 1992 toota camry 2.2 cyl/ran fine then topped andtried to tart like it was havin g trouble getting gas then stared and ran about mile then stopped and wot start at all. how do i check fuel p

I need to eliminate the fuel pump as the problem how do I check it

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You jump the fuel pump in the diagnostic check connector.

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  4. Remove the floor service hole cover.
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Fig. 6: Pull back the rug under the rear seat to access the fuel pump and sending unit cover

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