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92 dakota cranks and wont start

No fuel pressure at check port. Could not hear fuel pump energize. Replaced fuel pump and filter. Then restarted and it ran for 10 min and died and now will not restart. Once again no fuel pressure at check port. Replaced fuel pump relay with same results. Any ideas??

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    I've replaced the fuel pump. The fuel cut off switch and running out of money and ideas

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Possibly you have a porous sump in the fuel tank.

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