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No fuel is getting to the filter is there a relay that could have gone bad? or what is the best way to check the fuel pump without drtopping the tank

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    it is the fuel pump, drop the tank.

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You need to check the relay for the fuel pump, if the fuel pump is not running. It should be located under the hood on driver's side, rear of the headlight, mounted on the inner fender well. It can be checked using an ohm meter or multimeter. If the relay is good, it is most likely the pump. Sure hope this helps you and good luck.

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