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1999 lincon town car no power to fuel injectors

I have a 1999 lincon town car,it is not getting power to the fuel pump or fuel injectors I have reset the inertia changed the fuel pump and the computer. how can I fix this?

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My suggestion would be is to have your "fuel pump" checked. With the gas deposits etc, it can clog it up, or make the float stay stuck closed.

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