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1996 Ford Econoline E 150 is getting no fuel

It was running fine and just stopped running. I checked and it is getting a good spark. But is not getting any Fuel. I checked all of the Fuse's, they were all good. I can't hear the fuel pump running at all. I do hear a click there around the engine when I turn the key off and on, other then that nothing else happens, I checked the valve where you release the fuel presure and no fuel came out. the fuel reset button is ok and not poped up. where is the fuel pump relays ? and is there just one or is there more ? and where are they located ? someone told me they were 4 ? I've never heard of a vehicle ever having that many ? it has the 4.9 inline 6 cyl engine also,, PLEASE HELP <<<<< Thanks

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CHECK FOR POWER AT FUEL PUMP CONNECTOR AT FUEL TANK

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