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Fuel pump wiring not getting power

I change the fuel pump an the wiring is not getting no power to it whats the best way to fix it

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Concur with unosuave. They only resolution is to trace power back to fuse, however, check power at the the fuse first. Is there 12v? Find the point where you have good 12v going to the pump, then trace to where you don't have 12v, it's pretty much hand over hand wire tracing between where the voltage is good and missing. Refer to a wiring diagram in a Haynes Manual.. this may assist in the tracing the wires. Good luck resolving this problem.

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You need to buy or borrow a voltohm meter and check fuses for voltage and trace the voltage to the fuel pump.

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