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Ok, it should be a module unit. you will need to drop the tank and get the code off the top to identify correctly (ex:fci) be sure to replace the fuel filter as this usally causes the problem. be sure to release the fuel pressure and disconnect the battery or fuel pump fuse. NEVER USE A DROP LIGHT UNDER THE VEHICLE this can cause an explosion. drop the tank and remove the unit.

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