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No current too fuel pump relay

Fuel pump not running no current to relay.is there a fuse and where is it located.

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Fuse bank should be in a black box under the hood in the engine compartment, usually its close to the battery.

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SOURCE: where is fuel pump relay switch

It is usually under dash on passenger side.

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