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My truck won't start a but a new battier in it and it drained my battier do you know why

I put a New fuel pump ,new o rings in spider ,a used fuel presser regulator, new battier.and it just crankedand it drained my battier

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  • Lift the sending unit/pump module off the tank carefully and discard the O-ring seal underneath the flange of the module.

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