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No power at fuel pump fuse

Have starting problems. Changed the fuel filter and checked fuel pressure at one time. now the fuel pump does not come on and I have no power at the fuse.

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You need to trace where you are losing power, determine first this by taking 12volts from the battery to the fuse you say is the fuel pump fuse if you are correct then you will hear the pump start. If not then the fault is elsewhere if pump starts the you know the fault is from the fuse back

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